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  • v  remove from the bar; expel from the practice of law by official action
    The corrupt lawyer was disbarred

  • However, despite Government pressure and the urging of a small group of gentile lawyers, the Rumanian bar association valiantly rejected a motion to disbar all Jewish lawyers in .
  • In his column about the Arkansas supreme court's recommendation to disbar President Clinton VIEWPOINT, June 5, Andrew Ferguson compared Bill Clinton with Richard Nixon.
  • Most experts considered the move to disbar harsh, but considering half the panel recused themselves last week because of ties to Bill, a high-profile penalty is maybe not too .

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