Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Not A Doctor, Not A Lawyer

The Supreme Court of New Mexico denied admission to a bar applicant who had been a medical doctor. He had lost his medical license in California and Washington State as a result of a drug conviction. After reinstatement, he again lost his medical license in California for misconduct. He had declared bankruptcy, been involved in 21 lawsuits, given legal advice without a license and had engaged in numerous dishonest acts, including false statements concerning the bills of the attorney who represented him in the admissions matter. Washington State denied him a law license; New Mexico had no difficulty in reaching a like result. (Mike Frisch)


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