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strike (one) off the roll (of solicitors/attorneys)

To be banned from practicing as a solicitor or attorney. The judge ruled that the only way to protect public confidence in the legal system was to strike him off the roll for his unprofessional and immoral behavior. Thompson is appealing the court's decision to strike her off the roll of attorneys as new evidence suggests her implication in the crime may have been fabricated by others.
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strike (one) from the roll (of solicitors/attorneys)

To be banned from practicing as a solicitor or attorney. The judge ruled that the only way to protect public confidence in the legal system was to strike him from the roll for his unprofessional and immoral behavior. Thompson is appealing the court's decision to strike her from the roll of attorneys as new evidence suggests her implication in the crime may have been fabricated by others.
See also: roll, solicitor, strike
References in classic literature ?
I'll go and see my solicitor and get him to write to Miller.
He had done his duty to the unhappy young woman, by instructing his solicitor to spare no expense in tracing her, and in restoring her once more to medical care, and he was now only anxious to do his duty towards Miss Fairlie and towards her family, in the same plain, straightforward way.
Gilmore kindly addressed to my solicitor, describing the circumstances under which the writer of the anonymous letter was identified.
There now remained living Anne and Blanche, who had been children at the time; and the rising solicitor who had discovered the flaw in the Irish marriage--once Mr.
"If his solicitor will not tell me where he is, I will hunt through England for him.
The solicitor addressed me as he descended the stair.
'My solicitor, do you know,' observed Eugene, turning round to the furniture, 'is a man of infinite discernment!'
Who happen to be in the Lord Chancellor's court this murky afternoon besides the Lord Chancellor, the counsel in the cause, two or three counsel who are never in any cause, and the well of solicitors before mentioned?
The very solicitors' boys who have kept the wretched suitors at bay, by protesting time out of mind that Mr.
Third, even if the Solicitor General declines to adopt those specific prescriptions, he should nevertheless abandon his reliance on a judicial standard for determining when to pursue a cert.
But for legal advice that you can rely on, contact a specialist solicitor who will ensure the correct documentation is in place and that no important issues have been overlooked.
The House of Representatives ratified the bicameral conference committee report on House Bill 7376 and Senate Bill 1823, seeking to strengthen the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) by increasing its powers and functions and augmenting its employee benefits.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 16 (ANI): President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday appointed senior advocate Sanjay Jain as the Additional Solicitor General in the Supreme Court of India, an official statement stated.
If you are unable to claim legal aid and do not have an insurance policy to cover your claim, one option is to enter into a 'conditional fee' or 'no win, no fee' agreement with a solicitor Q.