O.J. Simpson's lawyer can't get a break in the state of Maine1/2/2013
It seems to be easier to get O.J. Simpson off a murder charge than practice law in the state of Maine. That's what attorney F. Lee Bailey has discovered after his bid to practice law in the Pine Tree state was denied by the Maine Board of Bar Examiners. Although Bailey successfully passed the Maine Bar exam last winter, his licenses for practicing in Massachusetts and Florida were revoked after he was found guilty of mishandling $6 million worth of stock for a client. Bailey served 44 days in federal prison, but the Maine board still felt he still hadn't demonstrated the necessary "honesty and integrity" to practice law there. Sounds like Bailey should employ a decent attorney. [Source]
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