COLUMBUS - The Ohio Supreme Court has reinstated former Attorney General Marc Dann's law license, a little more than six months after it was suspended after the scandal that led to his exit from office and subsequent criminal convictions of him and several aides.
The reinstatement was announced as part of the high court's regular daily opinion briefing today and came three weeks after Dann asked for his license back. The court checked to ensure he was in compliance with continuing education and other requirements before making the reinstatement official.
Dann resigned in May 2008 after two women working in the attorney general's office made sexual harassment allegations against one of his hand-picked managers.
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