In 1993, the same year she began working for Public Allies, she applied to change her Illinois registration status for practicing law – only four years after she received her license. It is now listed as “inactive.”<quoted text>
The Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois list her status as “voluntarily inactive and not authorized to practice law.”
It further states that Michelle license is “on court ordered inactive status.”
You can see an actual photograph of the document on this website, you fucking moron.
Michelle is on a court-ordered inactive status.
Investigations into why the Supreme Court of Illinois ordered Michelle Obama to be on inactive status lead to an insurance fraud case.
Michelle Obama was scamming insurance companies.
James Grogan, deputy administrator and chief counsel for the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois, or ARDC, has been with the commission for 30 years. He told WND that on July 1, 1994, the Illinois Supreme Court entered an order allowing Michelle to be transferred to inactive status pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court rule 770.
The ARDC website explains,“Prior to November 1, 1999, former Supreme Court Rule 770 provided for a proceeding in the Court for any voluntary transfer to inactive status, whether because of some incapacitating condition or solely as a matter of the lawyer’s preference because the lawyer would not be practicing law.”
Grogan explained,“At the time, the only way to go on inactive status was to do what she did – which was to file a petition in the Illinois Supreme Court.”
He said attorneys often filed a petition for 770 when they wanted to pursue other careers, retire or begin raising a family.
“At the time, this happened all the time,” he said.“Our office would have to file what’s known as a consent.”
Grogan said his office would have immediately alerted the court in a public filing if there had been reason to believe she should face disciplinary action.
not one thing about insurance fraud. but as we all know, you sure as hell can't cite a right wing chain email.