On Thursday, September 1, 2022, the Supreme Court of Florida ordered the revocation of Casselberry attorney Aaryn April Fuller’s membership in The Florida Bar, with leave to seek readmission after five years amid pending disciplinary charges for misuse of client funds.

The case is styled ‘In Re: The Petition for Disciplinary Revocation of Aaryn April Fuller’ and was brought by Aaryn April Fuller, under The Florida Bar File No. 2022-30,694 (18A).

The following are as alleged and summarized from the filing:

Ms. Fuller has pending disciplinary charges against him, namely The Florida Bar File Nos. 2022-30,168 (18A) which alleges Fuller of using client funds other than the purpose for which they are intended and failure to adequately communicate with a client. The client also alleged that Fuller did not give him the settlement award which he believed had already been settled around June or July 2019.

On May 12, 2022, Ms. Fuller was suspended for her failure to respond to official bar inquiries and failure to respond to a duly served Subpoena Duces Tecum for her trust account records.

The Petition for Disciplinary Revocation with Leave to Apply for Readmission states:

“Petitioner knowingly and voluntarily submits this Petition with leave to apply for readmission after five (5) years with full knowledge of its effect.”

The Petition continues:

“Petitioner contends that granting this Petition will not adversely affect the public interest, the integrity of the courts, or the confidence of the public in the legal profession. Further, Petitioner contends that granting this Petition will not hinder the administration of justice.”

The Petition additionally notes:

“Petitioner agrees to eliminate all indicia of Petitioner’s status as an attorney on email, social media, telephone listings, stationery, checks, business cards office signs, or any other indicia of Petitioner’s status as an attorney, whatsoever.”

Petitioner respectfully requested that the Court grant her Petition and order that her membership in The Florida Bar be revoked with leave to seek readmission.

With the foregoing facts and discussions, the court granted Fuller’s petition.

The Disposition reads:

“The uncontested petition for disciplinary revocation, . . with leave to seek readmission after five years, is granted subject to the continuing jurisdiction of this Court. . . Disciplinary revocation is tantamount to disbarment. . . Petitioner is currently suspended; therefore the disciplinary revocation shall be effective immediately . . .

Judgment is entered for The Florida Bar, 651 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2300, for recovery of costs from Aaryn April Fuller in the amount of $4,444.34, for which sum let execution issue.”

Ms. Aaryn April Fuller attended the University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, graduating in 2003. She has practiced in Casselberry, Florida. She had been licensed in Florida. Her info can be found on Avvo.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.