Friday, December 30, 2011

The Old Multiple College Try

A candidate for judicial office who made misleading statements about his credentials was publicly reprimanded and fined $5,000 by the Ohio Supreme Court. He claimed to have earned six college degrees in seven years.

The court was concerned about his lack of remorse, noting that he had suggested that "the voters were not harmed, but only [he] was harmed because he lost the election due to his own stupidity." (Mike Frisch)

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