disbarment

[ UK /dɪsbˈɑːmənt/ ]
[ US /ˌdɪsˈbɑɹmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of expelling a lawyer from the practice of law
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How To Use disbarment In A Sentence

  • DERSHOWITZ: I want one case where there has been a disbarment that is not a person denied admission to the bar, a disbarment from somebody who has no prior record, who has engaged in what you call lying at the deposition. CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Should President Clinton Be Disbarred? - May 23, 2000
  • Disbarment of lawyers involved in interrogation policies sought GOP applauds, Dems criticize overturning Sotomayor ruling
  • Reno's boss, a perjurer, suborner of perjury, obstructor of justice (when is that disbarment hearing?), set the stage for government violence against Elian's relatives. Compassionate Liberalism
  • Public interest law firms that took on sensitive cases also continued to face harassment, disbarment of legal staff, and closure.
  • March 10, 2010, 4: 15 pm yankee says: metro11: ruufles: “treason” in the blogosphere is a far cry from DOJ memos actively pointing to your disbarment. The Volokh Conspiracy » My Contribution to the NYT ‘Room for Debate’ Blog on the AQ7 Argument
  • CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Disbarment of lawyers involved in interrogation policies sought « - Blogs from CNN. com Disbarment of lawyers involved in interrogation policies sought
  • Sanctions for violating the Circular include a private reprimand, censure, suspension or disbarment from practice before the IRS.
  • I'm not sure the disbarment incrementally adds that much more to the punishment he's personally suffered.
  • All members of the council who are summoned by the sergeant to attend [congregations] shall faithfully do so, upon pain of removal from office and disbarment from future office-holding.
  • Anonsters says: metro11: “treason” in the blogosphere is a far cry from DOJ memos actively pointing to your disbarment. The Volokh Conspiracy » Lawyers, Treason, and Deception: A Response to Andrew McCarthy
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