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Is disbarment by the North Carolina Bar permanent action?


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2007-06-17 00:15:04
2007-06-17 00:15:04

It depends on what reason the disciplinary committee sentenced the attorney to disbarment. In some cases it is a temporary period. In others it could be until they have met certain requirements and apply for reinstatement. In others it could be a permanent disbarrment.

You should be able to contact the Disciplinary Committee of the North Carolina Bar to find out the status.

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