Attorney Licensee Profile
Gabriel Scott Ganor #189905
License Status: Not Eligible to Practice Law (Discipline w/actual suspension)
Address: 33 Eastwind St #B, Venice, CA 90292-5785
County: Los Angeles County
Phone Number: (310) 574-0686
Fax Number: Not Available
Email: Not Available
Law School: Loyola Law School; Los Angeles CA
State Bar Court Cases
The listing below is partial, as the State Bar Court is transitioning to online dockets. Please refer to the License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History section above for a record of discipline cases. Case dockets and documents may be available using the State Bar Court Search for a Case feature.
Summaries from the California Bar Journal are based on discipline orders but are not the official records. Not all discipline actions have associated CBJ summaries. Copies of official licensee discipline records are available upon request.
December 17, 2004
GABRIEL SCOTT GANOR [#189905], 36, of Venice was suspended for two years, stayed, placed on two years of probation with an actual one-year suspension and was ordered to prove his rehabilitation. The order took effect Dec. 17, 2004.Ganor stipulated that he did not comply with rule 955, as required by a 2003 discipline; he filed the required affidavit late. He had been placed on interim suspension following a conviction for contempt of court, a misdemeanor.He also was suspended for taking a controlled substance into a jail. In mitigation, he demonstrated remorse.
March 27, 2004
GABRIEL SCOTT GANOR [#189905], 35, of Venice Probation was revoked, his previous stay of suspension was lifted and he was actually suspended for six months and ordered to comply with rule 955. The order took effect March 27, 2004.Ganor stipulated that he did not comply with the terms of probation imposed in 2001 — he did not submit seven quarterly reports, attend ethics school or provide evidence of monthly medical treatment.He pleaded no contest to bringing drugs into a jail. While visiting a client who was incarcerated in the men’s central jail in Los Angeles, Ganor gave the inmate three envelopes that included, among other things, marijuana cigarettes and methamphetamine. In mitigation, Ganor mistakenly believed he no longer had to comply with probation conditions while he awaited a new disciplinary order based on a stipulation he reached with the bar stemming from his interim suspension. He acted in good faith and the proceedings were delayed by an oversight by the State Bar.
January 11, 2004
GABRIEL SCOTT GANOR [#189905], 35, of Venice was suspended for five years, stayed, placed on five years of probation with an actual three-year suspension and was ordered to prove his rehabilitation, take the MPRE and comply with rule 955. Credit towards the actual suspension will be given for a period of interim suspension that began July 12, 2001. The order took effect Jan. 11, 2004.In 2001, Ganor pleaded no contest to bringing drugs into a jail and was sentenced to two years in state prison. A criminal defense attorney, he passed three envelopes containing marijuana and methamphetamine to an inmate at the Los Angeles central jail.Ganor says he did not receive effective assistance of counsel at either the trial or appellate level during his criminal proceedings. He also was convicted separately in 2000 of driving without a license and contempt of court.In mitigation, he demonstrated remorse and cooperated with the bar’s investigation.
November 30, 2001
GABRIEL S. GANOR [#189905], 33, of Venice was suspended for one year, stayed, placed on two years of probation with a 30-day actual suspension and was ordered to take the MPRE within one year. The order took effect Nov. 30, 2001.Ganor was convicted in 1999 of contempt of court as a result of violating the terms of a restraining order which involved a dispute with a neighbor. The conviction involved misconduct warrant-ing discipline.In mitigation, he has no prior record of discipline and he cooperated with the bar’s investigation.
July 12, 2001
GABRIEL SCOTT GANOR [#189905], 33, of Venice was placed on interim suspension July 12, 2001, following a felony conviction of bringing a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia into a correctional facility. He was ordered to comply with rule 955.
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