Oklahoma City attorney disbarred after new charges are filed
BY NOLAN CLAY NewsOK.com
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City attorney Lewis B. Moon was banned Tuesday from practicing law after being accused of posing as a federal firearms agent and threatening another attorney.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court called Moon, 47, “an embarrassment to the legal profession” and rejected his request for “leniency based upon his history of alcoholism.”
The Supreme Court in September publicly censured Moon for three alcohol-related offenses. Justices then warned him to stay out of trouble or face suspension for two years.
Justices decided instead to disbar him for failing his second chance to stop drinking. They acted after he admitted to drinking when he allegedly posed as a federal agent in May and threatened violence at a bar in October.
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Lewis B. Moon arrives in June to testify before the state’s grand jury. DAVID McDANIEL/NewsOK.com