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Attorney Richard Alcorn of Phoenix; serial offender

 
The state of Arizona provided Richard A. Alcorn with a law license in 1981 after he graduated from the University of Washington Law School.
 
The Arizona State Bar found Richard guilty of misconduct on at least 4 occasions as set forth below.
 
Richard’s 1st bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree – January 1988

 
Richard was convicted of theft and sentenced to a one-year term of probation.
 
As a consequence of his criminal conviction, the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Arizona Supreme Court punished Richard by gifting him with a complimentary.
 
Richard’s 2nd bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree – March 2002

 
Richard defended a doctor in a medical malpractice case. Richard and the plaintiff’s attorney entered into a sweetheart deal prior to trial wherein it was agreed that the plaintiff would not seek to collect any damages against the doctor or his corporation.
 
During the trial and before the case went before the jury, plaintiff’s attorney asked the court to dismiss the case for lack of evidence. The trial court then granted the motion and dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning the plaintiff could never bring the claim again. Subsequently, the judge learned of the sweetheart deal between Richard and plaintiff’s attorney. The judge then sanctioned Richard $15,000 for lying to the court about the sweetheart deal.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Arizona Supreme Court punished Richard by gifting him with a complimentary 180-day suspension of his law license.
 
Richard’s 3rd bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree – October 2002

 
Richard was found guilty of the following misconduct:
  1. Failed to communicate with his client
  2. Failed to provide competent legal representation (moron)
  3. Failed to respond to required discovery requests from defense counsel
  4. Failed to comply with court orders
  5. Richard’s gross negligence and incompetence led to his client’s case being dismissed
As a consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Arizona Supreme Court punished Richard by gifting him with a complimentary 30-day suspension of his law license.
 
Richard’s 4th bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree – May 2003
 
Richard was found guilty of improperly borrowing money from his clients without providing them with proper written disclosure. He also failed to obtain written consent regarding the transactions from his clients
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the patron saints for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Arizona Supreme Court punished Richard by gifting him with a complimentary 90-day suspension of his law license.
 
As we speak (ca. August 2012) Richard practices with Alcorn Law at 505 North 40th Street in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
Warning: Richard does not carry legal malpractice insurance
 
 
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