statements, or other deceptive
practices during the disciplinary
process; and refusal to acknowledge wrongful nature of conduct.
Mitigating factors: personal
and emotional problems, and
Ms. Mouser violated Rule 42,
ARIZ.R.S.CT., ERs 3. 3, 8. 4(c), and
8. 4(d); and Rule 54(c),
ROBERT C. STANDAGE
Bar No. 021340; File No. 14-0367
PDJ No. 2015-9007
By his order dated June 29, 2015,
the presiding disciplinary judge
accepted a consent for discipline
by which Robert C. Standage,
Mesa, was suspended for two
years. Mr. Standage also was
assessed the costs and expenses of
the disciplinary proceeding in the
amount of $1,985.40.
publication. Mr. Jones was found
also to have violated Rule 42,
ARIZ.R.S.CT., ER 1. 4 for failing to
reasonably communicate or respond
to client inquiries regarding the status of the case.
In the fourth count, Mr. Jones
was found to have violated Rule 42,
ARIZ.R.S.CT., ER 1. 3 for failing
to act with reasonable diligence
when instead of filing the notice of
appearance and motion to continue
with the justice court, he attempted
to file those pleadings using TurboCourt. He was found also to have
violated Rule 42, ARIZ.R.S.CT., ER
1. 4 for failing to reasonably communicate or respond to client
inquiries regarding the status of the
In the fifth count, Mr. Jones was
found to have violated Rule 42,
ARIZ.R.S.CT., ER 1. 8 by entering
into a brief business transaction with
Ms. Mouser, a judgment debtor, provided false information in
answering a writ of garnishment
and in garnishment proceedings.
She made false statements at a
debtor’s exam and at a deposition
that occurred during the disciplinary proceedings. Ms. Mouser also
knowingly violated a court order
requiring her to produce financial
documents, and intentionally
refused to produce bank statements
for a Subchapter S Corporation
that she solely owned and managed. Ms. Mouser’s conduct caused
prejudice to a creditor in obtaining
payment on a judgment and deceptively burdened the court with otherwise unnecessary hearings.
Aggravating factors: a prior disciplinary offense; dishonest or selfish motive; pattern of misconduct;
submission of false evidence, false
his client without following all of
the requirements contained in ER
Aggravating factors: a pattern of
misconduct, multiple offenses, and
substantial experience in the practice of law.
Mitigating factors: absence of a
prior disciplinary record, absence of
a dishonest or selfish motive, and
full and free disclosure to the disciplinary board.
ANDREA ELIZABETH MOUSER
Bar No. 023967; File No. 14-0644
PDJ No. 2014-9101
By amended final judgment and
order dated July 24, 2015, the presiding disciplinary judge suspended
Andrea Elizabeth Mouser, Scottsdale, for six months and one day.
She also was assessed the costs
and expenses of the disciplinary
proceeding in the amount of
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