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Former Irvine attorney convicted of planting drugs in the car of PTA volunteer disbarred

A former Irvine attorney convicted of planting drugs in the car of a PTA volunteer has been disbarred.

The California State Bar has announced that because of his felony conviction and “moral turpitude,” Kent Easter, 43, can no longer practice law in the state. The State Bar’s recommendation to disbar him was approved by the California Supreme Court, records show.

In a case that drew national headlines, Kent Easter and his then-wife, Jill Easter, in February 2011 were accused of planting bags of marijuana, Vicodin and Percocet in the car of Kelli Peters, a school volunteer at Plaza Vista School in Irvine

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/12/former-irvine-attorney-convicted-of-planting-drugs-on-pta-president-disbarred/
Date: 1505258900



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