Tag Archives: Conviction

Bar Discipline For Domestic Violence Conviction

The web page of the Georgia Supreme Court announces its anticipated opinions for next Monday. Among the disciplinary matters slated for release is a case described by the Aiken Standard After former S.C. lawmaker Chris Corley pleaded guilty to a… … Continue reading

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License Annulled After Gun Theft Conviction

The Charleston Gazette Mail reported 0n a sanction imposed in the wake of a guilty plea The West Virginia Supreme Court has annulled a Boone County attorney’s law license after he pleaded guilty to federal gun charges last year. Joshua… … Continue reading

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Conviction for burning Old Glory raises a red flag (Texas v. Johnson)

This is the latest in a series of Quimbee.com case brief videos. Have you signed up for your Quimbee membership? The American Bar Association offers three months of Quimbee study aids (a $72 value) for law student members. And if you go Premium, you’ll receive Quimbee … Continue reading

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Criminal Conviction in Trade Secret Theft of the Wind

While many people focused on the tariffs of 30% imposed by the United States on imported solar photovoltaic cells and modules last week, most missed the larger renewable energy news story that after an 11 day trial, last Wednesday a … Continue reading

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Can I Avoid a DUI Conviction if My BAC was Above 0.08 Percent?

Now that the holidays have arrived, law enforcement officers are even more aware and focused on keeping everyone as safe as possible. That being the case, if you or a loved one happen to get stopped while you are out … Continue reading

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