Former Indiana secretary of state loses law license

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April 30, 2012


INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana: On Wednesday, April 26, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that, due to his six felony convictions in February, former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White could no longer practice law or work as an attorney. White's suspension by the court will take effect on May 10. White has said he plans to appeal the court's decision.[1]

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