Recent Examples of disbar from the Web
There’s also no denying it was constructed via scientific techniques that would get Dr. Frankenstein medically disbarred.
A Del Mar lawyer accused of violating multiple court orders, looting a family trust and lying in probate court has been disbarred by the California State Bar.
Only a tiny number of prosecutors have been disbarred or jailed for withholding evidence.
The court had similarly disbarred two other opposition legislators in November.
Having been disbarred in 2003, the old gunslinger Bailey could offer only informal advice.
Bailey later was disbarred in Massachusetts and Florida for misconduct, and as of 2014 had given up seeking readmission to the bar.
Brodsky is hoping to avoid a fine and a referral to either the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission or to a federal court committee that could disbar him.
Because Williams admitted to bribery, Stretton said, he likely will be permanently disbarred.
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Definition of disbar for English Language Learners
: to take away the right of (a lawyer) to work in the legal profession
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