• Definition for "disbar"
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disbar definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To expel (a legal professional) from the training of law by official activity or process.
    • To expel from the bar, and/or appropriate profession; to rob (a lawyer, barrister, or counselor) of his condition and privileges therefore.
    • To expel (a lawyer) from the training of law by formal action or process.
    • To expel from bar, or perhaps the legal profession; to deprive (legal counsel, barrister, or therapist) of their standing and benefits therefore.
  • verb:
    • To expel from the bar, and/or appropriate profession; to deprive (a legal professional, barrister, or therapist) of their condition and privileges as such.
    • To exclude somebody from some thing.
    • remove from club; expel from the rehearse of law by official activity
    • To expel through the bar, and/or legal career; to deprive (a legal professional, barrister, or counselor) of his or her standing and privileges therefore.
    • To exclude some one from some thing.
    • eliminate through the bar; expel from the rehearse of legislation by official action
  • others:
    • In law, to expel through the club, as a barrister; strike faraway from the roll of lawyers.
    • In law, to expel from the bar, as a barrister; strike off from the roll of attorneys.
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