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Photo Courtesy of the North Carolina State Bar
Joseph Lee Levinson was suspended from the practice of law on January 29, 2016. Levinson was charged with two felonies. He pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to obtain money in the custody of a bank by false pretenses. The State Bar found that the offense for which Levinson pled guilty was a serious crime showing professional unfitness to practice law and therefore, suspended his license to practice law in North Carolina until the conclusion of all disciplinary matters related to his guilty plea.
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