Joseph Henry Marman - #129517
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|Bar Number: 129517|
8421 Auburn Blvd #145
Citrus Heights, CA 95610-0394
Fax Number: Not Available
Univ of Montana; Missoula MT
Univ of N. Calif/Lorenzo Patino SOL; CA
District: District 3
|Effective Date||Status Change|
|9/7/2000||Not Eligible To Practice Law|
|7/14/1995||Not Eligible To Practice Law|
|9/15/1987||Admitted to The State Bar of California|
Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law
California Bar Journal Discipline Summaries
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September 7, 2000
JOSEPH HENRY MARMAN [#129517], 44, of Citrus Heights was suspended for 90 days, stayed, placed on one year of probation with an actual 30-day suspension and was ordered to take the MPRE within one year. The order took effect Sept. 7, 2000.Marman stipulated that he did not comply with probation conditions attached to a 1995 disciplinary order by failing to pay restitution to two creditors.In mitigation, he cooperated with the bar’s investigation and he had serious financial problems.
April 25, 1998
JOSEPH HENRY MARMAN [#129517], 42, of Citrus Heights was suspended for 14 days, stayed, and placed on one year of probation. The order took effect April 25, 1998.Marman practiced law while suspended in 1995. As part of his probation in that matter, he was ordered to make restitution to nine parties over a four-year period. He submitted proof of restitution for three payments and claimed he made seven additional payments, but did not submit satisfactory proof. He indicated he was financially unable to continue making the payments. Marman cooperated with the bar's investigation and harmed no clients by his misconduct. The 1995 discipline was the result of client trust account violations and failing to properly supervise his staff.