Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Good Grief!

The Hawai'i Supreme Court disbarred an attorney named Charles Brown for multiple false statements in the bar admission process including his use of two false social security numbers and two false dates of birth to facilitate the concealment of a series of criminal arrests and convictions. He also had failed to supplement his applications with additional information that had occurred subsequent to his applications. The link takes you to the court's opinion web page. The decision date is October 4, 2007.(Mike Frisch)

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