State bar leaders on Friday voted to require most active lawyers to get re-fingerprinted, at their own cost, so they can be added to the California Department of Justice’s arrest notification system.

The state Supreme Court still has to approve the plan. But if all goes as scheduled, attorneys will be expected to get their digits scanned by April 30, 2019. Those who miss the deadline could be fined or face a license suspension.

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