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March 10, 2008

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Allan

Does he get disbarred?

Tung Yin

I imagine there would be strong consideration given to that, though I'm also guessing that if he's able to make a deal with the feds, giving up his law license may be part of it.

anirudh

In a conservative society, sexual conduct is often equated with moral strength of character and dignity. ^__^

Keith

Spitzer won't be the first (nor last) hypocrite to return to politics after a fall from grace. He was just 'unlucky' in that he was caught 'with his pants down' (pardon my pun).

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