Attorney Aaron Aquino Disbarred But Not Jailed for $700,000 Theft

Rogue Lawyers should go to jail for theft of client property and funds, just like every other law-breaking citizen of the United States.

In Re: Discipline Of Aaron A. Aquino, 83339 (Nev. 2022)

Nevada Supreme Court




The only dispute was whether Aquino be suspended or disbarred, not whether he should be reported for criminal theft. Ultimately, he has been disbarred but that is not enough. Lawyers should go to jail for theft of client property and funds, just like every other law-breaking citizen of the United States.

Southern Nevada Disciplinary Board hearing panel recommended that attorney Aaron A. Aquino be suspended from the practice of law for three years.

The State Bar has filed a brief opposing the panel’s recommendation and instead seeking disbarment.

Aquino did not file a brief.

Aaron A. Aquino

Aaron A. Aquino, the managing attorney of the Aquino Law Group, has extensive experience in a wide range of areas of law that includes civil litigation, criminal law, family law, bankruptcy, immigration, business, personal injury, wills and trusts, and sports & entertainment.

Mr. Aquino is Lead Counsel rated in a number of areas, as he focuses on the needs of the community.

Immediately prior to forming the Aquino Law Group, Mr. Aquino was a partner at Aquino & Sue, and previously worked as an associate for the Law Offices of Samuel A. Sue.

Mr. Aquino earned his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of San Diego, School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Aquino studied International Law at the University of Miami School of Law and Pompeu Gabra University in Barcelona, Spain.

Mr. Aquino was actively involved in the Christian Legal Society and served as its president, the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, Beta Omega Phi – Community Interest Fraternity (President), Phi Alpha Delta – Law Fraternity, La Raza Legal Society, and the Sports and Entertainment Legal Society. The University of San Diego, School of Law faculty recognized Mr. Aquino with a service award for providing over 100 hours of pro bono legal hours, both individually and through the pro bono tax assistance program provided by the IRS VITA Tax Assistance Program. Mr. Aquino earned a student license to practice while he was enrolled at the University of San Diego, School of Law. Mr. Aquino served as a certified legal extern for the Chula Vista Public Defenders Office where he represented indigent clients.

Mr. Aquino graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts. His major field of study was Political Science with a concentration on International Relations. During his time at UCLA and while earning his undergraduate degree, Mr. Aquino was in the ARMY ROTC Program, worked as the admissions clerk for Child Protective Services/Health and Human Services Agency, was the Director of Concerts and Events for the UCLA Cultural Affairs Commission, and the Assistant Director of Club Sports for UCLA Athletics.

As an attorney, Mr. Aquino continued serving the community as legal counsel for the National Federation of Filipino American Associations, Nevada Chapter. Mr. Aquino has contributed consistently to the communities of Southern Nevada as an attorney working with the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and by serving as an attorney with the Children’s Attorney Project. Currently, Mr. Aquino is also a member of SAG-AFTRA, the American Bar Association, the Clark County Bar Association, the San Diego Bar Association, the American Bar Association Sports & Entertainment Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Nevada Solo and Small Firm Section, the Nevada Justice Association, the State Bar of Nevada Sports and Entertainment Law Section, and Counsel/Board Member for Kids In Action, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization helping underprivileged kids in Southern California.

Mr. Aquino is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Nevada and California.

Don’t wait another minute. Set up an appointment for a free consultation today.

Call 702.871.6464 or send contact form by clicking “Contact Us” below.

Houses to Homes LLC Sued Again, Assigned to Judge Dawn Rogers

The lawyer and Law Firm filing suit is clearly a debt collector, one without a valid, active surety bond with TX SOS.

Rogue Lawyer Vilt and his Thievin’ Client Kim Bellotte, a former Precinct 2 Lieutenant in Harris County District Court

The only parties allowed in HC District Court are criminals and miscreants. The Outlaws in Dirty Robes prefer ’em to honest litigants.

The Disparity in Sentencing Guidelines Between Thievin’ Lawyers and Non-Prisoners is Deplorable

U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen ordered Walton to serve 24 months in federal prison followed by one year of supervised release.

Attorney Aaron Aquino Disbarred But Not Jailed for $700,000 Theft
1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Cleo

    June 3, 2022 at 10:11 am

    Hi, we are one of his client, that had a big wage garnishment. We dont know what happened about our case which was 4 years ago then apparently the Chiropractor said they did not received any forms of payment from our lawyer. We are so confused and we can’t get any help. Atty. Aquino is MIA and no longer be reached.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

To Top