disbar


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dis·bar

 (dĭs-bär′)
tr.v. dis·barred, dis·bar·ring, dis·bars
To prohibit (an attorney) from the practice of law by official action or procedure.

dis·bar′ment n.

disbar

(dɪsˈbɑː)
vb (tr) , -bars, -barring or -barred
(Law) to deprive of the status of barrister; expel from the Bar
disˈbarment n
Usage: Disbar is sometimes wrongly used where debar is meant: he was debarred (not disbarred) from attending meetings

dis•bar

(dɪsˈbɑr)

v.t. -barred, -bar•ring.
to expel from the legal profession.
[1625–35]
dis•bar′ment, n.

disbar


Past participle: disbarred
Gerund: disbarring

Imperative
disbar
disbar
Present
I disbar
you disbar
he/she/it disbars
we disbar
you disbar
they disbar
Preterite
I disbarred
you disbarred
he/she/it disbarred
we disbarred
you disbarred
they disbarred
Present Continuous
I am disbarring
you are disbarring
he/she/it is disbarring
we are disbarring
you are disbarring
they are disbarring
Present Perfect
I have disbarred
you have disbarred
he/she/it has disbarred
we have disbarred
you have disbarred
they have disbarred
Past Continuous
I was disbarring
you were disbarring
he/she/it was disbarring
we were disbarring
you were disbarring
they were disbarring
Past Perfect
I had disbarred
you had disbarred
he/she/it had disbarred
we had disbarred
you had disbarred
they had disbarred
Future
I will disbar
you will disbar
he/she/it will disbar
we will disbar
you will disbar
they will disbar
Future Perfect
I will have disbarred
you will have disbarred
he/she/it will have disbarred
we will have disbarred
you will have disbarred
they will have disbarred
Future Continuous
I will be disbarring
you will be disbarring
he/she/it will be disbarring
we will be disbarring
you will be disbarring
they will be disbarring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disbarring
you have been disbarring
he/she/it has been disbarring
we have been disbarring
you have been disbarring
they have been disbarring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disbarring
you will have been disbarring
he/she/it will have been disbarring
we will have been disbarring
you will have been disbarring
they will have been disbarring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disbarring
you had been disbarring
he/she/it had been disbarring
we had been disbarring
you had been disbarring
they had been disbarring
Conditional
I would disbar
you would disbar
he/she/it would disbar
we would disbar
you would disbar
they would disbar
Past Conditional
I would have disbarred
you would have disbarred
he/she/it would have disbarred
we would have disbarred
you would have disbarred
they would have disbarred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disbar - remove from the bar; expel from the practice of law by official action; "The corrupt lawyer was disbarred"
practice of law, law - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system; "he studied law at Yale"
disqualify - declare unfit; "She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete"
Translations

disbar

[dɪsˈbɑːʳ] VT [+ barrister] → inhabilitar para el ejercicio de la abogacía, prohibir ejercer
he was disbarredle prohibieron ejercer la abogacía

disbar

vt (Jur) → die Lizenz entziehen (+dat)
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In his complaint, Fine names California Supreme Court Justices and State Bar officials who he alleges illegally conspired to disbar him at the behest of the Los Angeles County and State Bar Presidents who represented the County and a Marina del Rey developer, all having a financial interest in influencing the outcome of the cases that involved Fine and clients including Marina Strand Colony II Homeowners Association vs.
He went on to say that if the decision to disbar him was confirmed, he would become a florist and set up a kiosk in Tahrir Square.
If the Treasury suspends or disbars someone from practice before it, the FTB--after notice and opportunity for a proceeding--must suspend or disbar that person from practice before the FTB during the period of the federal suspension or disbarment, unless the FTB determines that the action of the Treasury clearly was erroneous.