Ex-Mayor Moves Closer To Reinstatement

After prison term, Ganim is 'fit to practice,' committee says

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Based on largely positive testimony from members of the bar, acquaintances and family members, the Standing Committee on Recommendations for Admission to the Bar in Fairfield County last week recommended that former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim have his license to practice law reinstated. The members noted that Ganim has taken all the steps mandated by a Superior Court judge and concluded that he is "presently fit to practice law."

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