Supreme Court Rejects Ganim's Bid To Regain Law License

The state Supreme Court has rejected a bid by former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim to regain his law license. Ganim has been trying to regain his license after being released from prison in 2010 after serving seven years on corruption charges.

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  • Attorney Robert S. Kolesnik, Jr.

    ...Yeah, right, and ya know what else: Even if George Washington didn‘t really chop down that cherry tree, it still turned out better that he just ‘fessed up and apologized for it, so that the rest of us can feel good believing that the Father of our Country was a contrite and honest man.

    A dishonest man has no trouble saying "I‘m sorry" when that is all he needs to do to get what he so dearly wants. It takes an uncommonly honest man to keep his chin up and deny himself what he rightfully deserves when all he must say is: "I‘m sorry"; and then, despite the truth, it will all be his.

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