Attorney: Bradley R. Lamb
Bar membership: Member since
Disciplinary action: Disbarred on Feb. 19
Background: In September 2007, Lamb pleaded guilty in a Florida court to three counts of promoting the sexual performance of a child, one count of lewd or lascivious exhibition, and one count of solicitation of a child over the internet. He was sentenced to 15 years’ incarceration and in November 2007 his license to practice law in North Carolina was suspended under an order of interim suspension. Upon his release from prison in October 2019, Lamb failed to notify the clerk of the Disciplinary Hearing Commission about his release date or his new whereabouts as required. Lamb did not file an answer or responsive pleading to the DHC’s complaint and was deemed to be in default.
Previous discipline: None prior to the interim suspension
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