A central New York attorney active in defending women’s and gay rights pleaded guilty Monday to a Class E felony tax fraud charge that will result in her disbarment.

Bonnie Strunk, 62, of DeWitt, N.Y., admitted to fourth-degree criminal tax fraud before Supreme Court Justice John Brunetti in Syracuse. Strunk acknowledged in court that she failed to file a personal income tax return for 2008. Prosecutors contended she owed about $11,700 in taxes.

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