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disbarment

(dis-bar'ment)
Loss of professional rights or privileges.
Synonym: debarment
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(13) See Circular 230 Section 10.24 (employing disbarred or suspended persons).
Michael Kevin Rathel, 545 Delaney Ave., Suite 4, Orlando, disbarred effective immediately, following a November 1 court order.
was permanently disbarred effective July 22 following a recommendation by the state Board of Bar Overseers.
The 33 disbarred members of the present county borough council are waiting for the High Court to decide whether to overturn a bungled resolution and reinstate them or order a new election.
Circular 230 regulates the employment of former IRS agents, as well as disbarred or suspended practitioners.
'They should be disbarred from practicing the legal profession kasi (because) they are supposed to oversee or protect rights, my rights,' he said.
Carol Lynn Benson Kendall, 2719 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 164, Hollywood, disbarred effective immediately, following a September 22 court order.
She and her brother, Robert Dziurgot, who was disbarred decades ago, were involved in real estate dealings for several years.
'I don't care if I am disbarred. I will still eat delicious food and live comfortably.
Nicole Mae Frost, 300 Turner St., Clearwater, disbarred effective immediately, following a February 9 court order.
Ellis, who remains disbarred until he meets the conditions, served 3 months of the sentence, followed by 5 years' probation on two counts of motor vehicle fraud, which was a misdemeanor at the time.
'He is just here in the Philippines, and he will face whatever happens as long as his two lawyers will be disbarred, and his case will be reopened,' he said, naming the lawyers as Orlando Salatandre Jr.