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Sandy Berg(l)er forfeits law license

By Michelle Malkin  •  May 17, 2007 01:07 AM

Photoshop: Shieldsnet

Jerry Seper at the WashTimes reports:

Samuel R. Berger, the Clinton White House national security adviser who was caught taking highly classified documents from the National Archives, has agreed to forfeit his license to practice law.

In a written statement issued by Larry Breuer, Mr. Berger’s attorney, the former national security adviser said he pleaded guilty in the Justice Department investigation, accepted the penalties sought by the department and recognized that his law license would be affected.

“I have decided to voluntarily relinquish my license,” he said. “While I derived great satisfaction from years of practicing law, I have not done so for 15 years and do not envision returning to the profession. I am very sorry for what I did, and I deeply apologize.”

Uh-huh. The real reason he gave it up?

In giving up his license, Mr. Berger avoids being cross-examined by the Board on Bar Counsel, where he risked further disclosure of specific details of his theft.


Previous Berg(l)er blogging:

Putting Sandy Berger to the test
Where Sandy socked the docs
Sandy Berger: Guilty
Berger and a side order of lies
Berger’s “copies”
Ground turkey Berger
Sandy Berg(l)er?

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