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Concerns about an applicant's character, in addition to concerns about his mental health, were enough to justify the denial of his license application, the Supreme Court of South Dakota ruled December 18. The court dismissed the appeal of a bar applicant who claimed the state's Board of Bar Examiners had denied his license application because of his diagnosis of bipolar disease
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