Admission Denied for Failure to 'Address Criminal Past'

, New York Law Journal


A state appeals panel has refused to admit to the practice of law a man who was involved in a burglary during which an elderly woman was murdered, ruling that although he turned his life around after getting out of prison in 1985, he has failed to take responsibility for his crimes.

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Originally appeared in print as Bar Admission Denied for Failure to 'Address Criminal Past'

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