Pennsylvania’s Democrat attorney general Kathleen Kane, who was recently charged with perjury and other crimes, has now been stripped of her law license.
Moe Lane has the details:
Can a state Attorney General even do her JOB if her law license is suspended? I suppose that there’s some way to do it – it’s an elected office, in Kathleen Kane’s case – but as a practical matter it seems a bit, well, odd to contemplate. Guess we’re about to find out: “The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has suspended the law license of the Democratic state attorney general Kathleen Kane, who is currently faces eight criminal charges and could see another felony tacked on shortly.”
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AG Kane, by the way, refuses to resign and is insisting that she’ll be running for re-election next year.