Former Secretary Of State White Stripped Of Law License

The former Secretary of State is appealing his criminal convictions.

Charlie White

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Secretary of State Charlie White was forced out of office when he was convicted on charges including voter fraud.

Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has lost his law license by order of the State Supreme Court.

White was sentenced in February to a year of home detention for six felony convictions. He was also fined $1,000 and ordered to serve 30 hours of community service.

State law prohibits public officials convicted of felonies from holding office. White is currently appealing his convictions.

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