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Attorney Stephen Becker of San Francisco; repeat offender


The state of California provided Stephen Corbin Becker with a law license in 1969 after he graduated from the University of San Francisco Law School.


The California State Bar found Stevie guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Misused client trust account 
  • Funneled third party checks though account in exchange for 7% fee
  • Failed to deposit settlement fund in trust account
  • Agreed to deposit checks he received from Argentina and in turn wired the money, less his seven percent fee to a bank in Uruguay
  • Collected total fees for wire transfers of $53,282 for depositing 68 checks totaling $1 million into client trust account 
  • At least 22 checks received by Stevie were forged
  • Office trust account overdrawn by $447,807
  • Bank of America suffered loss of $611,000 because of forged checks

As one would suspect, this wasn’t Stevie’s First bite at the Attorney Misfit Tree. He previously received a complimentary reproval for engaging in a variety of misconduct


As consequence of his misconduct, the supporters for Attorney Misfits sitting on the State Bar Court punished Stevie by gifting him with a complimentary 60-day suspension of his law license.


As we speak (ca. May 2015), Stevie practices with the Becker Law Office in San Francisco, California. 


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