Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, has been disbarred by the Appellate Division, First Department’s grievance committee in Manhattan, following his guilty pleas to federal felony charges earlier this year.

Multiple sources were initially able to confirm the contents of the order for the New York Law Journal. The order’s release was not official; it was postdated to be released on Feb. 28. As a result of the postdated order being released earlier than expected, the First Department opted to make public the order on Tuesday.

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