On Tuesday, October 3, 2023, the Supreme Court of Ohio issued a decision reinstating attorney Diana Delmar Jancura to the practice of law in the state of Ohio. The court had previously suspended Jancura for a period of two years, with the second year stayed.
The case is entitled “Disciplinary Counsel v. Diana Delmar Jancura.” with case no. 2022-0367.
On September 14, 2022, the Supreme Court of Ohio ordered the suspension of Jancura from the practice of law in Ohio due to misconduct. The charges against Jancura included violating the Rules of Professional Conduct, including making false statements and engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation. The court found that Jancura had committed multiple ethical violations, including fraudulently misappropriating funds from a probate estate and engaging in a pattern of deceit and dishonesty to conceal her theft.
After serving the said discipline, the court found that Jancura had complied with the order and the provisions of Gov.Bar R. V(24), and therefore ordered her reinstatement.
The Disposition states:
“The court coming now to consider its order of September 14, 2022, wherein the court, pursuant to Gov.Bar R. V(12)(A)(3), suspended respondent from the practice of law for a period of two years, with the second year stayed on conditions, finds that the respondent has complied with that order and with the provisions of Gov.Bar R. V(24). Therefore, it is ordered by this court that respondent is reinstated to the practice of law in the state of Ohio.”
According to avvo.com, Ms. Jancura is a probate attorney in Sheffield Lake, Ohio. She attended the Cleveland State University. She acquired her law license in Ohio in 1998.
A copy of the original filing can be found here.