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The Wyoming Supreme Court, in an August 26 ruling, agreed with a disciplined attorney that public censure, rather than revocation, was sufficient discipline for his driving while intoxicated offense, due to compelling mitigating factors (Board of Professional Responsibility v. Haderlie)
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