Bar exam passed amid trial stress

Bar exam passed amid trial stress

There are 8 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Dec 29, 2007, titled Bar exam passed amid trial stress. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

He got the news one week before Thanksgiving. When Sahil Sharma logged into the New York State Board of Law Examiners Web site last month, he said he was shocked when he saw his name and the news for which he ...

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Lorain, OH

#1 Dec 30, 2007
Were supposed to feel sorry for this guy, yeah right. It's obvious that this reporter feels sorry for him. I thought reporters were supposed to be impartial? Should we all be celebrating that a rapist is now a lawyer? I guess he can use some of his tricks to defend people now. I'm sure he will make a good defense attorney.

Loudonville, OH

#3 Dec 30, 2007
Congratulations, Mr. Sharma.
The accuser and the prosecutors had almost ruined his life. What a tragedy it would have been if the innocent person is punished for the crimes he did not commit! He passed the Bar exam inspite of everything because he knew he is innocent and believed in Justice system.
Good Luck Mr. Sharma.
I hope you are able to defend innocent people from power hungry prosecutors.
Best wishes to you and your family.
No sympathy here

Cleveland, OH

#4 Dec 30, 2007
We'll see who feels sorry for him when he rapes again which will happen.
Research on Rape

Kent, OH

#5 Jan 3, 2008
The public needs to be more educated on the facts of rape. There is much information available from leading experts on rape that show that the "power rapist will constantly deny that the sexual encounter was forcible. The power rapist desperately needs to think the women wanted and enjoyed it." Refer to International Encyclopedia of Justice Studies at
See also
Research on Rape

Kent, OH

#6 Jan 3, 2008
Research on rape conducted by the Ohio Department of Health shows that of the 215,000 women living in Summit county 31,000 have ever been raped. This study titled "Rape in Ohio" was published in May 2003 and can be found at
On the same webpage, refer to "A Call to Action: Ending Sexual Assault in Ohio" published in Dec, 2002. In this study, the media is challenged to educate the public about rape (see pg 27). Refer to page 4, left margin for a definition of sexual violence.

Kent, OH

#7 Jan 4, 2008
"Yes, a complaint of rape should be weighed heavily. It's a disgusting thing to happen to someone."
English Major

Kent, OH

#8 Jan 4, 2008
conĚsenĚsuĚal (kuhn-sen'-shoo-uhl)-Pronuncia tion
adj. Involving the willing participation of both or all parties.

Who testified under oath in court and who did not? hmmmm.....
adam huein

Euclid, OH

#9 Feb 13, 2013
You guys are all f*****k up really, the kid did not do it,or no im sorry you guys r not accused of shit so it dont matter you can say what you want, untile it's you in that position

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