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June 21, 2013

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Marcelino

The case is complex because South Korea has a moral concept different from the USA, which is reflected in its positive law, which is clear in the penalty applied to the fact of robbery than for American justice would be one misdemeanor. So the conviction must take into account of compliance with treatment that very fact a judge had given him in America, and ennbase, impose the disciplinary behavior to sentenced lawyer. Now, regardless of the amount of stolen, the Act is ennterminos of the professional liability law an act of moral turpitude.

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