Tuesday, February 12, 2008

From The "What Was He Thinking?" File

The Mississippi Supreme Court disbarred an attorney convicted of the felony offense of sale of marijuana within a correctional facility. The buyer was the lawyer's client. The lawyer was sentenced to three years in prison and disbarred as a convicted felon. In Mississippi as elsewhere, the certified copy of the conviction is treated as conclusive evidence of the underlying conduct. (Mike Frisch)


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