11.6—Effect of a Criminal Conviction
A certified copy of the court record of a guilty finding against an attorney of any crime shall be conclusive evidence of the commission of that crime in any disciplinary proceeding based thereon.
Chapter 11 - Table of Contents
Chapter 11.1 - Hearing Committee Proceedings
Chapter 11.2 - Actions by Hearing Committee
Chapter 11.3 - Admission and Exclusion of...
Chapter 11.4 - Objections to Documentary...
Chapter 11.5 - Standard of Proof
Chapter 11.6 - Effect of a Criminal Conviction
Chapter 11.7 - Recorded Hearings
Chapter 11.8 - Transcript Corrections
Chapter 11.9 - Rescheduling Continued.../option>
Chapter 11.10 - Bifurcated Hearings
Chapter 11.11 - Waiver of Right to Present...
Chapter 11.12 - Mitigation of Sanction for...
Chapter 1 - Citation
Chapter 2 - Investigations
Chapter 3 - Discovery and Preservation of Testimony
Chapter 4 - Requests for Deferral Based Upon Related...
Chapter 5 - Complaints of Misconduct...
Chapter 6 - Dismissals, Diversion Agreements...
Chapter 7 - Initiation of Formal Proceedings...
Chapter 8 - Reciprocal Discipline
Chapter 9 - Reinstatement
Chapter 10 - Criminal Conviction/Moral...
Chapter 11 - Conduct of Hearing
Chapter 12 - Post-Evidentiary Proceedings
Chapter 13 - Formal Proceedings Before...
Chapter 14 - Disability Proceedings
Chapter 15 - Disbarment by Consent
Chapter 16 - Miscellaneous Matters
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