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Attorney Rex Bray of Sandy, UT; thieving dimwit


The State of Utah presented Rex L. Bray with a law license in 1997 after he graduated from the University of Utah School of Law.


The Ethics and Discipline Committee of the Utah Supreme found Rex guilty of engaging in the following misconduct.

  • Failed to provide competent representation (dimwit)
  • Failed to act with due diligence (slacker)
  • Failed to communicate with his client
  • Charged a client for work not completed, or completed without meaningful results (cheater)
  • Misrepresented to the client the amount he would require to represent the family members
  • Breached his duty of loyalty to a client by failing to keep information in a case confidential
  • Breached duty of loyalty to client by representing a client’s family member in another matter adverse to the client
  • Failed to communicate with and obtain informed consent from all clients regarding the potential conflicts of interest
  • Breached his fiduciary duty by having insufficient funds in his trust account, thereby creating an overdraft and by giving the client’s money to the client’s family member instead of to the client
  • Failed to take steps to protect his client’s interests when he withdrew from the representation
  • Failed to return any files to the client including any unearned fees upon termination
  • Failed to provide notice of his constructive termination of the representation
  • Failed to cooperate with ethics investigators (Screw you, said Rex!)
  • Failed to obtain an extension to respond in a mechanics lien case on his client’s behalf
  • Failed to prepare and submit discovery responses in a timely manner on behalf of his client
  • Failed to attend his client’s arraignment
  • Failed to act reasonably and promptly in setting depositions and in providing information to his clients
  • Failed to reasonably communicate with his client by abandoning his representation of a client without communication of any kind
  • Failed to explain to the client why no work was done on the case
  • Failed to explain what his plan was for completing work for the client
  • Failed to communicate with his client regarding proposed mediation
  • In one matter, collected twice the amount of the actual fee charged for the representation (thief)
  • Misrepresented [lied] to the client the amount he would require to represent the family members

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Utah Supreme Court punished Rex by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.  


As we speak (ca. January 2021), Rex practices his brand of law with the Law Office of Rex L. Bray PC at 9557 South 700 East in Sandy, Utah.



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