I suggest you try and contact the American Bar Association. If they
have kept their records for any length of time you could ask if he
was registered and if so what locailty he practiced. You then might
contact the local bar association and see if he was registered in
that area. This might help you locate the history. To the best of my
knowledge I am not sure that a bad temper was grounds for being
disbarred. It well could have been earlier in the century but 1938 is
not that old.
, Forrest G Plumstead
> Boy where's a good lawyer when you need one? I've got a
> have traced my g-grandfather Linius D. HOBSON (1859 - 1938) from
> Blackhawk Co., IA (He was born in Washington Co., OH) to Oklahoma
> (where my grandfather was born) to Denver CO. According to family
> he was a lawyer who was disbarred because of his fierce temper. I
> no idea where he would have gotten his licence from or where he
> have been disbarred. Does anybody know of a national legal
> which might have kept records at that time, and where I might be
> obtain these records at? I would appreciate any help with the
> this man as he fascinates me and I think there is a story there.
> Forrest Plumstead
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