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Attorney Richard Gonzales of Denver; ethical dwarf

The state of Colorado provided Richard Gonzales with a law license in 1983 after he graduated from Stanford University Law School.
The Colorado State Bar found Richard guilty of the following misconduct.
In one matter, Richard found it acceptable to represent a client in a bankruptcy proceeding while at the same time he represented a personal injury plaintiff who was a creditor of his bankruptcy client.
Making matters worse, Richard sent a letter to a lawyer representing a former client who filed a legal malpractice case against Richard. In that letter, Richard threatened to present disciplinary charges against the attorney in order to gain an advantage in a civil action.
As one would suspect, this wasn’t Richard’s 1st bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree. He previously received a complimentary admonition for engaging in a variety of misconduct.
As a consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Colorado Supreme Court punished Larry by gifting him with a complimentary 30-day suspension of his law license.
As we speak (ca. August 2013), Richard practices with Reno & Cavanaugh PLLC at 1750 High Street in Denver, Colorado.
On its self-serving website at www.renocavanaugh.com The Reno & Cavanaugh firm makes no mention of Richard’s misconduct as aforementioned. Apparently, the firm decided to conceal this information in order to not limit its future victim pool.

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