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California cancels lawyer's license over lying

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A California lawyer should no longer be allowed to practice law in California because she lied about having a disability in order to get more time to take the 2009 bar exam, the State Bar of California said Wednesday.

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  • Dennis Mackin

    Surely she should qualify. A U.S. Senator elect claims to 1/32 native american ancestry without prooof.

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