Friday, August 9, 2013

Attorney Admits Prostitution And Agrees To License Suspension

State records show that an attorney who had sex in exchange for office supplies for her legal practice, pleaded guilty to prostitution charges and has now agreed to have her law license suspended for three years, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Reema Bajaj pleaded guilty last year in DeKalb County to a misdemeanor count of prostitution for an encounter that occurred before she became an attorney. Bajaj became infamous on the internet when she was initially charged.  
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The Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission accuses Bajaj of criminal conduct and making false statements in both a disciplinary matter and on her application to the bar by not admitting her work as a call girl.

Times are obviously tough for lawyers in the US! 

Read the full story here 

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