Definition of "disbarment"
  1. The severe punishment of an attorney that involves revoking their license to practice law permanently, usually happening after thorough examination and chances for the attorney to justify their misconduct. There is a possibility for an attorney to be reinstated if they can demonstrate that they have corrected their behavior
How to use "disbarment" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer faced disbarment due to his consistent unethical behavior.
  2. After multiple malpractice lawsuits, disbarment might be the only solution left for the attorney at fault.
  3. He sought rehabilitation in hopes of avoiding disbarment, showing taking corrective actions for his unethical conducts.

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