- Lawyer who “did not realize” he was suspended for 17 years may be disbarred
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An attorney who pled guilty to making terroristic threats has been disbarred in the state’s first case of disbarment resulting from a felony conviction for a crime of violence (State ex rel. Counsel for Discipline v. Walz).
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