Redlands, CA 92374-2800
|20 August 2003||Resigned (18 years, 9 months ago)|
|4 June 2002||Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA (19 years, 11 months ago)|
|20 June 2001||Active (20 years, 11 months ago)|
|6 May 2001||Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA (21 years ago)|
|16 June 1997||Active (24 years, 11 months ago)|
|17 May 1997||Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA (25 years ago)|
|5 January 1972||Admitted to The State Bar of California (50 years, 4 months ago)|
May 6, 2001
CHARLES DAVID WEEDE JR. [#51778], 57, of Redlands was suspended for one year, stayed, placed on probation for two years with a 45-day actual suspension and was ordered to take the MPRE within one year. The order took effect May 6, 2001.Weede stipulated to taking possession of a clientâ€™s truck as security for payment of fees without the clientâ€™s consent and before creating a written fee agreement. He did not advise the client in writing of his right to seek independent counsel.The client, jailed in Riverside on criminal charges, said he was not aware his brother had delivered the Ford F-150 pickup to Weede, nor did he consent to using the $12,000 truck in lieu of payment. Weede returned the truck in March 1999, one month after he took possession of it. In mitigation, the bar court found Weede acted in good faith.Weede has a record of prior discipline. In April 1994, he was privately reproved after being convicted of engaging in an act of prostitution. The following year, he was placed on probation for failing to comply with conditions of the reproval, and in 1997 he was again placed on probation with a 30-day actual suspension for failing to comply with conditions of his probation.
May 17, 1997
CHARLES D. WEEDE JR. [#51778], 53, of San Bernardino was suspended for one year, stayed, and until he provides proof of his fitness to practice. He was placed on probation for one year on the condition that he is actually suspended for 30 days. The order was effective May 17, 1997.Weede failed to comply with conditions of an April 1995 disciplinary order. He failed to provide proof of attendance in a substance abuse treatment program, file quarterly probation reports and obtain psychiatric or psychological treatment. In aggravation, Weede has a prior record of discipline. Weede also acknowledged he did not comply with the conditions of probation. He stated that he did not receive a 1995 letter from the bar's probation unit which advised him of mental health conditions and that the report from his substance abuse counselor did not address the probation condition of mental health treatment. In mitigation, Weede cooperated with the bar's investigation by providing all required probation documents.