Stanley Arouty - #87477
Current Status: Active
This member is active and may practice law in California.
See below for more details.
The following information is from the official records of The State Bar of California.
12966 Euclid St Ste 110
Garden Grove, CA 92840
|Phone Number:||(714) 534-3800|
|Fax Number:||(714) 534-1300|
||Undergraduate School:||California St Univ; Los Angeles CA|
|Sections:||None||Law School:||No Information Available;|
|Effective Date||Status Change|
|2/9/1997||Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA|
|10/18/1979||Admitted to The State Bar of California|
Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law in California
California Bar Journal Discipline Summaries
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February 9, 1997
STANLEY AROUTY [#87477], 53, of Los Angeles was suspended for one year, stayed, and was placed on two years of probation with an actual 30-day suspension. The order took effect Feb. 9, 1997.Arouty was disciplined and placed on probation in 1994 for misconduct that resulted from his partnership with a lawyer who was under investigation by the State Bar and who resigned, leaving the practice in complete disarray. As a condition of his probation, Arouty was required to make restitution and to keep any balance of his unpaid restitution in his client trust account. Although Arouty complied with several conditions of his probation, he did not submit proof that he maintained the balance on deposit. In a second matter, Arouty represented a client who faced criminal charges in an altercation with a woman. Arouty advised his client to make the woman unavailable for legal service and for testimony so the prosecutor would not be able to proceed with the case. By doing so, he violated the Rules of Professional Conduct. In mitigation, many of the cases Arouty was to review were in a storage facility maintained by the bar, which had taken over the practice of Arouty's former partner. Many of the files were hard to locate and some essential records were missing, which contributed to Arouty's delay in complying with his probation conditions.