With four felony convictions, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby is no doubt looking for a career change out of government service. But if there was ever any doubt, now there’s real proof that Libby won’t be falling back on his previous incarnation as a corporate lawyer any time soon.

The reason: the D.C. Bar suspended Libby’s law license Wednesday. The temporary suspension is a result of his conviction last month for perjury, false statements, and obstruction of justice. The suspension is effective until the Board of Professional Responsibility decides whether to boot Libby from the ranks of the legal field for good.

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