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§ 3-326. Lawyers convicted of a crime.

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   (A) For the purposes of Inquiry of a Complaint or Formal Charges filed as a result of a finding of guilt of a crime, a certified copy of a judgment of conviction constitutes conclusive evidence that the attorney committed the crime, and the sole issue in any such Inquiry should be the nature and extent of the discipline to be imposed.

   (B) A lawyer shall promptly notify the Counsel for Discipline if he or she is found guilty of a serious crime and must provide proof of that adjudication.

Rule 26 adopted September 13, 1995. Renumbered and codified as § 3-326, effective July 18, 2008.

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