Setting the Bar

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January 13, 2009 10:56 a.m.

Following the news that the DOJ IG found that arch-bamboozler Bradley Schlozman lied to Congress about his actions while serving at DOJ, a number of readers have written to say: Okay, fine, so he’s not being prosecuted. But isn’t there even some movement to disbar the guy since he’s back out practicing law?

Well, we called up the state official who handles this stuff in the state of Kansas where the Schloz is now practicing and where he holds his law license. That’s the disciplinary administrator for the State of Kansas, Stanton Hazlett. And he says that at least as of today no one has filed any complaints with them regarding Schlozman’s conduct and apparently perjurious behavior.

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