An attorney who drove a car with a forged registration sticker for three years has been suspended from the practice of law for three months.

Mark S. Pomerantz knowingly violated the law by cutting out numbers from the registration sticker of his wife’s car and putting them on his own sticker. Pomerantz also tampered with his car’s registration sticker to show an inaccurate expiration date.

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