Discipline charges filed against California lawyers have been public record for more than two decades, but it took phone calls, letters or visits to State Bar headquarters in San Francisco or Los Angeles to get the details.

No longer. State Bar governors voted 18-4 Friday to post pending charges on the organization’s Web site for the world to see and for search engines to archive for years — despite critics’ allegations that it violated the principle of innocent until proven guilty.

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