Friday, April 27, 2012
The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an interim suspension of former Secretary of State Charles White as a result of felony convictions.
IndyStar reported on the court's action:
The Indiana Supreme Court issued an order Wednesday suspending White’s law license on an interim basis effective May 10th because of his convictions earlier this year on six felonies including vote fraud, perjury and theft.
The charges stem from using his ex-wife’s address as his voting address when he was serving on the Fishers Town Council and running for secretary of state in 2010.
The suspernsion will remain in effect until disciplinary proceedings based on the conviction are concluded. (Mike Frisch)