10 April 2013

Former Judge, Attorney Robert Browning Pleads "No Contest" To Elder Abuse Charges

Forest Grove attorney Robert Andrew Browning pleaded no contest in Washington County Circuit Court on Tuesday to 13 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment.
Before Presiding Judge Kirsten Thompson, Assistant Attorney General Matt McCauley outlined the case against Browning, who has previously been a municipal court judge in North Plains and Gaston.

A grand jury indicted Browning in September after a two-year investigation into the financial exploitation of Browning's mother and former mother-in-law. Browning was charged with 14 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment; McCauley dismissed one of those counts Tuesday.

Between 2007 and 2009, McCauley said, Browning held power of attorney for both his mother, Josephine "Alice" Browning, and his former mother-in-law, Laura Sullivan. Both women, now deceased, were in residential care facilities at the time and had dementia, McCauley said.

Browning moved money from both women's bank accounts into his own accounts on numerous occasions, McCauley said. The money transfers and withdrawals ranged from $1,000 to $45,000, McCauley said, and Browning spent none of that money on the victims' care. 

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  1. Robert Lewis Fuller, his sibling Doris Aleda Fuller a.k.a. Doris Fuller Stewart and their former attorney Daniel Kristof Lak are still at large.

    Robert and Doris have new attorneys paid for with money they stole from Mr. & Mrs. Thelsey L. Fuller.

    Los Angeles County Superior Court Cases; # BP099211, # BP118616, # BP122665, # BP135381

    2nd District Court of Appeal Case # B241450

    1. "Robert Lewis Fuller, his sibling Doris Aleda Fuller a.k.a. Doris Fuller Stewart and their former attorney Daniel Kristof Lak are still at large."


      Didn't they take over $308,000.00 and several real estate assets too?

  2. Looks like the Oregon courts and the Oregon State Bar are more efficient than the Los Angeles County court and the California State Bar. The Fullers are living without fear of the law in stolen properties and that lak character is still listed as an active lawyer.


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