Robert Coughlin II, a former U.S. Department of Justice official convicted in connection with the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal, can practice law again.

Coughlin, now 44, pleaded guilty in 2008 to accepting expensive meals, sports and concert tickets, and a golf outing from a member of Abramoff’s lobbying shop in exchange for helping the lobbyist and his clients. Coughlin agreed to disbarment in 2011.

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