A unanimous Appellate Division, First Department, panel has disbarred Manhattan mergers and acquisitions attorney Tabber Benedict, who pleaded guilty to multiple counts of vehicular assault in November 2012 and is now serving a 3 1/2-to-10-year prison sentence. Benedict admitted that on July 4, 2011, while driving drunk, he hit and seriously injured a cyclist. He further admitted he fled the scene until he was stopped by witnesses. He was subsequently arrested.
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