David Glenn Currie - #153669
The following information is from the official records of The State Bar of California.
5230 D St
Chino, CA 91710
|Phone Number:||(909) 591-0237|
|Fax Number:||(909) 591-9969|
||Undergraduate School:||Univ of North Carolina; Charlotte NC|
|CLA Sections:||None||Law School:||Simon Greenleaf SOL; Anaheim CA|
|California Lawyers Association (CLA) is an independent organization and is not part of The State Bar of California.|
Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law in California
|Effective Date||Description||Case Number||Resulting Status|
|7/3/2012||Suspended, failed to pay Bar membr. fees||Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA|
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State Bar Court Cases
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|Effective Date||Case Number||Description|
|6/2/2012||12-TR-13460||Decision [PDF] [WORD]|
|12/2/2010||07-O-10314||Order re Extension of Time [PDF]|
California Bar Journal Discipline Summaries
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October 11, 2013
DAVID GLENN CURRIE [#153669], 54, of Chino, was disbarred Oct. 11, 2013 and ordered to comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court and pay restitution.Currie was disbarred after his default was entered for failing to respond to a notice of disciplinary charges against him. Under rule 5.85 of the State Bar’s Rules of Procedure, a lawyer can be disbarred if he or she does not seek to have the default set aside within 180 days. Also, the charges are deemed admitted.Currie engaged in the unauthorized practice of law in another jurisdiction, entered into an agreement for collecting an illegal fee, failed to maintain client funds in a trust account, committed moral turpitude, failed to pay client funds promptly and failed to release a file. The misconduct stemmed from two client matters. In one matter, Currie held himself out as eligible to practice law in Nevada when he was not and failed to get his client’s permission before accepting money from the client’s sister to represent the client.In the other matter, Currie misappropriated $89,875.82 that was supposed to remain in his client trust account pending a client’s divorce. He also failed to return the client’s papers and files after the client fired him. Currie was ordered to pay $106,402.94 plus interest in restitution.He had one prior discipline. In 2009, Currie was suspended after stipulating to three counts of misconduct, including failing to perform legal services competently, refund unearned fees and keep a client informed of developments in his case.
October 29, 2009
DAVID GLENN CURRIE [#153669], 51, of Chino was suspended for one year, stayed, placed on two years of probation with an actual 30-day suspension and was ordered to take the MPRE within one year. The order took effect Oct. 29, 2009.Currie stipulated to three counts of misconduct, including failing to perform legal services competently, refund unearned fees and keep a client informed of developments in his case.In a real estate matter, Currie won a stipulation in favor of his client that required the deed for a property to be reformed in his favor. The client then sued the mortgage and title companies for failing to record the title properly. Currie did not respond to demurrers to the complaint or appear at several hearings, including a hearing to dismiss. The court dismissed the case as a result of Currie’s failure to file an amended complaint within the allotted time. He took no action to reinstate the matter. More than a year later, he informed his client of the dismissal.Currie stipulated that he failed to perform legal services competently, refund unearned fees or keep his client informed of developments in his case.In mitigation, he cooperated with the bar’s investigation.