California’s most scurrilous lawyers could soon face the ultimate sanction — permanent disbarment from the practice of law.
The State Bar Board of Governors took a step in that direction Saturday by voting to give attorneys no second chance at continuing their legal careers if they were convicted of certain crimes, or if they had engaged in particular acts of misconduct.
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