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If you have questions about the grievance process, call the Grievance Information Helpline at (800)932-1900.

If you are a client and have a problem with your lawyer, first try to talk with him or her.

Not all disputes or disagreements with lawyers involve professional misconduct, but if you believe misconduct under the rules has occurred, you should file a complaint.

brochure for answers to common questions about the grievance process (English - Spanish).

Flume, for her actions in obtaining and enforcing a temporary restraining order (TRO) for a client. It is not our role to act as fact finder, to pass on the credibility of the witnesses, or to substitute our judgment for that of the fact finder below. It is nothing more than that until it is approved by the judge.

OPINIONThe State Bar of Texas brought a disciplinary proceeding against appellant, Eileen D. When one calls the non-jury setting clerk to get a hearing date, one is only asking for a proposed available date. Attorney's fees were imposed by the court as a sanction and the court heard testimony supporting the necessity and reasonableness of fees during the punishment phase of the trial following the jury's finding of misconduct.

The date for this setting was inserted in the proposed TRO. One of the officers who met him at the house testified that Flume wanted him to use all of the authority that he had to keep Mr. It is an all too common and unfortunate practice among the local practicing bar to serve unsigned motions with fiats setting hearing dates. Among those factors are the nature and degree of the sanctioned misconduct, the seriousness of the misconduct and the surrounding circumstances, the damage to the profession, the assurance that future clients will be insulated from this type of professional misconduct, the avoidance of repetition, the deterrent effect on others, the maintenance of respect for the legal profession, the conduct of the respondent during the course of the committee action, and the trial of the case. Flume received a probated public reprimand as was provided under article X, section 23(B) and (C). The trial court included in its terms of probation that Flume be monitored by a mentor selected by counsel for both parties and approved by the court to guide Flume in her practice of law, to insure that she complied with the Rules of Professional Conduct, and to occasionally accompany her to court and review her cases.

Flume arrived at the courthouse at the close of business for the day and was unable to find a district judge to sign the TRO. Her assertions that her due process rights were violated because her trial lawyer told her the complaint had been dismissed contain no references to the record and, more importantly, are irrelevant to any action the court took. When determining a legal sufficiency point, we must consider only the evidence and inferences which tend to support the findings of the fact finder and we must disregard all evidence and inferences to the contrary. The recipient has come to assume that the motion is properly signed by the attorney of record and that the fiat is properly signed by the presiding judge. This section also permits the trial court to enter any other orders which are necessary to protect the public and the disciplined attorney's clients. She contends that the imposition of a mentor is unconstitutional, but fails to provide supportive authority, and has, therefore, waived this point.

Flume's secretary conducted an intake interview which included a tape recording of Ringel's husband making threats. The findings below should be set aside only if the evidence is so weak that the finding is clearly wrong and manifestly unjust. Thus, serving a file-stamped-albeit unsigned-order which contains a hearing date can be misleading to one who is served with legal papers. We do not find the imposition of a mentor to be an abuse of discretion given Flume's consistent failure to communicate clearly, in an accurate and timely manner, to the opposing party and his counsel the status of any proceedings she was instigating on behalf of her client. Flume also argues that the imposition of attorney's fees was improper because the award is not supported by the pleadings and no issue on fees was submitted to the jury. The State Bar Rules authorize an award of attorney's fees in disciplinary actions.

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A jury found that Flume violated disciplinary rules 4.01(a) and the district court imposed sanctions, including a probated public reprimand. In fourteen points of error, Flume argues that (1) the trial court erred in failing to dismiss or abate the action; (2) the trial court improperly excluded video tape evidence of the panel hearing; (3) there is insufficient evidence to support the jury findings; (4) the incorrect burden of proof was submitted to the jury; (5) the trial court erred in imposing sanctions; and (6) the State Bar should not be allowed to receive and prosecute grievances filed by a judge. Factual Background3On October 8, 1991, Greta Ringel retained Eileen Flume to handle her divorce. Only when an order is signed does it become operative.

Please call 1-800-932-1900 for the location of our nearest office or mail your postage and handling fee along with name and address to State Bar of Texas, Office of the General Counsel, P. A:__Any person who believes that a rule of professional conduct has been violated may file a complaint with the State Bar.

The State Bar will then examine the complaint and determine whether an actual violation is claimed.