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Lawyer fingerprinting turns up over 2,200 convictions

A California court rule requiring lawyers to be fingerprinted has turned up more than 6,000 criminal history reports, including more than 2,200 convictions previously unknown to the state bar. The 2,200 unknown convictions include 20 unreported felonies, Above the Law reports. The number of convictions likely will increase as more lawyers get fingerprinted ahead of an April 30 deadline.

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