Bill Clinton is not likely to practice law in Arkansas after he leaves office. But last week’s contempt citation by U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright opens up the possibility that Clinton will face the sting of disbarment or suspension from his home state’s bar, the only one to which he is admitted.

That result would be, to say the least, embarrassing for a president who emerged from the impeachment battle unpunished, but still faces legal fallout from what many see as his false and misleading statements under oath in the Paula Jones case.

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