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Courant (Conn): "Former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim, who served seven years in prison for corruption while in office, is a step closer to getting his law license back."
Posted by John Steele at 02:27 PM | Permalink
Why should he be entrusted with being a fiduciary for clients? Certainly, if he were an applicant for membership in the bar, he wouldn't have much of a chance. And yes, I do believe in redemption, but that doesn't mean entitlement to represent members of the public in their most important matters and to be responsible for their assets.
I'm interested in what others think.
Monroe Freedman |
July 30, 2012 at 04:27 PM
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