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Attorney Brent Pulley of Wimberley, TX; ethical leprechaun


The state of Texas presented Brent Hayden Pulley with a law license in 1986 after he graduated from Baylor University Law School.


The District 6-A Grievance Committee found Brent guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Failed to respond to opposing counsel’s motion to dismiss client’s case
  • Failure to reply to motion to dismiss led to court dismissing client’s case
  • Failed to respond to opposing counsel’s discovery requests for admissions
  • Failure to respond to requests for admissions forced client to employ another attorney at additional costs to have the court to reverse the admissions entered against the client
  • Failed to timely return client file after being terminated
  • Failed to respond to client information requests
  • Failed to keep client informed of status of legal matter
  • Failed to fully cooperate with ethics investigators (Up yours, said Brent!)

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the Patron Saints for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Texas Supreme Court punished Brent by gifting him with a complimentary stayed 18-month suspension of his law license.  


In truth, the comedians sitting on the Grievance Committee didn’t mete out any meaningful punishment to Brent.


As speak (ca. May 2018), Brent practices with the Law Office of Brent H. Pulley at 26 Woodcreek Drive in Wimberley, Texas.