A disciplinary committee of the State Bar of California is proposing a new rule that would require attorneys to face perjury charges if, in voluntarily resigning, they fail to state any criminal charges or convictions against them.
The new rule, drafted by the State Bar’s committee on regulations, admissions and discipline, goes before the public for comment on July 10.
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