Friday, December 2, 2011

Statutory Sodomy Conviction Leads To Disbarment

The Kansas Supreme Court has disbarred an attorney convicted of statutory sodomy and related offenses.

The evidence at the criminal trial established that he encouraged teenage boys to do yard work and cleaning for him. He would then offer bikes, cars, cell phones and cigarettes in exchange for "sexual work." The boys paid for the items with oral and anal sex and other sex acts.

The attorney was earlier disbarred in Missouri. (Mike Frisch)

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