A long-time Stamford attorney who is facing charges that he stole thousands of dollars from an estate has resigned from the bar and waived his right to apply for reinstatement.

On April 26, Stamford Superior Court Judge Douglas Mintz accepted the resignation of L. Morris Glucksman, 68, who was admitted to the bar in 1974.

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