The answer will be something different? Maybe?
These two people are part of a gang of right wing bloggers, one of which happens to be an attorney licensed in VA and DC although he has not been employed as an attorney except as favors to friends in their blogger gang since 2012. I know his DC license gives him leave to apply for admission to the Federal Bar. But can this person consult and represent a Tennessee or North Carolina resident when he is not licensed to practice in either of those states?
I think this is like the third or fourth time the “expert lawyers” have been asked the question.
But I do understand you to say that a lawyer licensed only in DC and Virginia can represent, write briefs comma (sic) and all that other stuff but a warrior (sic) does even if his clients do not…
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