The letter Christopher Poulos received in September 2016 from the Maine Board of Bar Examiners should have been cause for celebration.

It brought word that Poulos had passed the all-important attorney licensing exam on the first crack. But that good news was eclipsed by an ominous message: The new graduate wouldn’t be sworn in with his classmates from the University of Maine School of Law.

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