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An attorney who committed a felony in New Jersey was rightfully given an automatic disbarment in New York since the felony statute in both states had "essential similarity," the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, held January 20 (In re DiGiacomo, 137 A.A. 3d 61 (2016).
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