Monday, May 6, 2013
A former Fulton County Commission Charman who was convicted in 2003 of a federal false statement charge was reinstated to practice by the Georgia Supreme Court.
The ptitioner was disbarred in 2005 as a result of the conviction.
Since the offense, the ptitioner owned his own business and worked as Director of Loss Prevention at Waffle House, Inc. His civil rights were restored in 2012.
The court concluded that "since his conviction [he] has shown remorse and strived to act with integrity and responsibility through his hard work, his devotion to his family, and as a volunteer in his community." (Mike Frisch)