Friday, June 10, 2016
FL Bar Complaint re: Fraud vs. IAN JAMES CHRISTIANSEN
A Committee of the Florida Bar in Jacksonville June 10, 2016 voted to bring Bar charges against attorney IAN JAMES CHRISTIANSEN over his selling licenses to grow and use medical marijuana, allegedly defrauding hundreds of Florida patients who paid as much as $799 for the licenses. The June 10, 2016 letter to IAN JAMES CHRISTIANSEN states: "You are hereby notified that the Fourth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee “C,” at a duly constituted meeting on June 10, 2016, and by majority vote of eligible members present, found probable cause for violations of the following Rules: 4-1.1(competence), 4-1.2(d)(criminal fraudulent conduct), 4-1.5 (excessive fee), 4-1.7(conflict), 4-8.4(a)(misconduct), and 4-8.4(c)(conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation)."
Scott and Marsha Yandell were among the hundreds of victims of CRISTIANSEN's allegedly fraudulent scheme. They filed Bar complaints against CHRISTIANSEN, who has been licensed in Florida since 2013
Scott and Marsha Yandell, former St. Johns County residents, were arrested for "trafficking" by dozens of SWAT team members working for controversial St. Johns County Sheriff DAVID BERNERD SHOAR f/k/a "HOAR," who has engaged in a continuing coverup of the September 2, 2010 shooting of Michelle O'Connell in the home of Deputy JEREMY BANKS, a local, national and international cause among people concerned about officer-involved domestic violence and government corruption. The Yandells, who relied on legal advice from CHRISTIANSEN, now live in Oregon, were sentenced to probation last December by Circuit Court Judge J. Michel Traynor.