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KY: (Registered) Sex offender looks to gain admission to Kentucky bar

LOUISVILLE, KY. –  ____ ____ ____ graduated in the top third of his law school class at the University of Kentucky, but the state Supreme Court blocked him from taking the bar exam because he is a registered sex offender.

In the first case of its kind in Kentucky, the court rejected ____’s bid and a move by the state Office of Bar Admissions to create and endorse a blanket rule that would have kept all registered sex offenders from gaining access to the bar. Full Article

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  1. Tired of hiding

    So lets see…someone makes a mistake but tries to move on with their life…improving themselves and even going to law school. They graduate and now are not allowed to make a legal living (you know…that pursue of happiness stuff). So they are denied the ability to work in the very industry that screwed them over the first time…no big surprise that they would not want a lowly RSO to have any sort of control (they take that away as often as possible). Seems that lawyers no interest in helping RSO either before they become a RSO or after.

    However…if this person wanted to specialize in sex offender rights then I think that this should be fought by other lawyers who actually love the law for the sake of the law and not just money (do they exist – Janice of course you are an exception the the apparent rule)!

    What an outrage and direct assault on the Constitution! Unbelievable! Does this also happen in California? I might need to change my career goals…

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