According to Wikipedia:
In October 2005, Carreon was suspended by the Oregon State Bar for 60 days for the unlawful practice of law and failing to deposit or maintain client funds in trust. In September 2006, Carreon was also suspended for two years by the State Bar of California, stayed, and placed on two years of probation with an actual 60-day suspension for violating his duty to maintain client funds in trust, and for practicing without a license in Canada.Please note that these are not trifling matters. It is drilled into your head constantly in law school that mishandling client funds is just about the worst thing a lawyer can do, short of lying to a tribunal or straight up committing felonies. It is understandable that one could mess up... but twice, for the same charge? This is less excusable, particularly in the added presence of a censure for practicing without a license in not one, but two jurisdictions. I think the top comments on reddit pretty accurately summarize the situation:
callipygian1 144 points 1 hour ago
as a retired lawyer, i know we have many assh*les in our profession, but damn few wikipedia-grade assh*les.
BaconCat 30 points 50 minutes ago
I propose a new classing system for assh*les, with wikipedia-grade assh*les being the top tier.
At this point, it is safe to say that the internet has officially labeled Charles Carreon a "Wikipedia Grade Assh*le." Can this somehow make it into his Wikipedia entry?