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Jack B. Styles filed an affidavit of surrender of license in April 2016. Based on the affidavit, Styles misappropriated funds entrusted to him in violation of Rule 8.4(b) (criminal act reflecting dishonesty), Rule 8.4(c) (conduct of fraud), and Rule 1.15-2(j) (using entrusted client property for personal benefit) of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct. Consequently, the Council of the North Carolina State Bar accepted the tender of license and disbarred Styles on April 22, 2016.
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