Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Pre-Admission Criminal Conduct Leads To Disbarment

The South Carolina Supreme Court accepted a consent discipline proposal and disbarred an attorney as a result of a criminal conviction. The case is worth a mention because the court notes (see footnote 2) that the underlying criminal conduct had taken place prior to the attorney's admission to the South Carolina Bar. (Mike Frisch)


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