disbarment


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disbarment

(dis-bar'ment)
Loss of professional rights or privileges.
Synonym: debarment
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Admitted to practice: 2003) Disciplinary revocation is tantamount to disbarment.
Nuh HE-seyin KE[micro]se, a member of the Judges Union, was among the judges who reacted against the disbarment of their colleagues on the adalet.
the authors of this Article began a discussion about lawyers who commit serious wrongdoing resulting in suspension or disbarment.
Fineblit said the lawyer's prior record, nature of conduct and "what went on" will be taken into consideration before a penalty, which could be a fine, suspension or disbarment, is leveled by the three-person panel.
This time, Coffey faces even more serious charges, accused of compromising the integrity of the judiciary by creating a trust to put the assets of her husband--John Coffey--out of reach of creditors while disbarment proceedings were pending against him.
It would incorporate the database of contractors that have been suspended or disbarred as well as information on agreements entered into by contractors to avoid suspension or disbarment.
Suspension or Disbarment From Practice Before the FTB
Lawyers in violation of such professional canons face a variety of sanctions, ranging from dismissal of a case to disbarment.
An "attorney" for these purposes is defined as an attorney who is not currently under suspension or disbarment and is permitted to practice before the IRS by filing a written declaration that he or she is currently qualified as an attorney and is authorized to represent the party or parties on whose behalf he or she acts.
Thomas Earl, the public defender initially assigned to Rodriguez because she could not afford her own representation, is in disbarment proceedings for failing to show up in court or prepare for cases, pressuring clients to plead guilty, and squeezing poor clients for money.
Now those same reporters face long-term disbarment if their names show up on the DHS' new immigration database, which is being used to punish all kinds of prior INS-dodging behavior.