Roger Dale Stacy was admitted to the California Bar 28th October 2000, but has since been disbarred. Roger graduated from Thomas Jefferson SOL.

Lawyer Information

NameRoger Dale Stacy
First Admitted28 October 2000 (20 years, 8 months ago)
StatusDisbarred
Bar Number208500

Contact

Current Email[email protected]
Phone Number619-207-9734

Schools

Law SchoolThomas Jefferson SOL (San Diego CA)
Undergraduate SchoolBluefield Coll (Bluefield VA)

Address

Current Address8895 Towne Centre Dr, Ste 105-160
San Diego, CA 92122
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History

11 May 2014Disbarred (7 years, 1 month ago)
Disbarment 11-O-17865
28 November 2013Not eligible to practice law in CA (7 years, 7 months ago)
Ordered inactive 11-O-17865
26 December 2012Not eligible to practice law in CA (8 years, 6 months ago)
Suspended, failed to pass Prof.Resp.Exam 09-O-18768
19 October 2012Not eligible to practice law in CA (8 years, 8 months ago)
Ordered inactive 11-O-17865
3 July 2012Not eligible to practice law in CA (8 years, 11 months ago)
Suspended, failed to pay fees
29 June 2012Disciplinary charges filed in State Bar Court 11-O-17865 (8 years, 12 months ago)
18 November 2011Not eligible to practice law in CA (9 years, 7 months ago)
Discipline w/actual suspension 09-O-18768
28 October 2000Admitted to the State Bar of California (20 years, 8 months ago)

Discipline Summaries

November 18, 2011

ROGER DALE STACY, 42, of San Diego was suspended for two years, stayed, placed on two years of probation with a one-year actual suspension, and he was ordered to take the MPRE within one year and comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court. The order took effect Nov. 18, 2011.

Stacy stipulated to 19 acts of misconduct in 11 matters, including failures to perform legal services competently, refund unearned fees, deposit client funds in a trust account, properly maintain funds in a trust account, communicate with clients or report sanctions to the State Bar, and he disobeyed court orders and twice he settled claims without advising his clients to seek independent legal advice.

He didn’t appear at creditors’ meetings for clients facing bankruptcy, closed one of his offices without telling his clients and didn’t file some petitions or complete others.

Stacy’s practice grew too fast and too large for him to work competently and he closed three offices, hired more competent staff, created a new business plan and instituted new and improved office systems. He cut his caseload in half. He had no prior discipline record.