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Resignation in Lieu of
Michael Lucien Jacob (WSBA No. 11622,
admitted 1981) of Bainbridge Island,
resigned in lieu of discipline, effective
6/27/2018. The lawyer agrees that he is
aware of the alleged misconduct in disciplinary counsel’s Statement of Alleged
Misconduct and rather than defend
against the allegations, he wishes to
permanently resign from membership
in the Association. The Statement
of Alleged Misconduct reflects the
following violations of the Rules of
Professional Conduct: 1. 3 (Diligence),
1. 4 (Communication), 1. 5 (Fees), 1.15A
(Safeguarding Property), 1. 16 (Declining
or Terminating Representation), 8. 4
(Misconduct). Sachia Stonefeld Powell
and Emily Krueger acted as disciplinary
counsel. Michael Lucien Jacob represented himself. Erik Samson Bakke Sr.
was the hearing officer. Karen A. Clark
was the settlement hearing officer. The
online version of NWLawyer contains a
link to the following document: Resignation Form of Michael Lucien Jacob
(ELC 9. 3(b)).
Kristian Scott Beckett (WSBA No.
43812, admitted 2011) of Issaquah, was
suspended for 60 days, with 32 days
of that suspension withheld followed
by six months of probation, effective
8/08/2018, by order of the Washington
Supreme Court imposing reciprocal
discipline in accordance with an order
of the Supreme Court of the State of
Idaho. Joanne S. Abelson acted as disciplinary counsel. Kristian Scott Beckett
represented himself. The online version
of NWLawyer contains a link to the
following document: The Washington
Supreme Court Order.
Calli Lynn Hisey (WSBA No. 49748, admitted 2015) of Vancouver, is suspended from
the practice of law in the State of Washington pending the outcome of supplemental
proceedings, effective 8/16/2018, by order
of the Washington Supreme Court. This is
not a disciplinary sanction.