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Claimed affair with client leads to lawsuits, misdemeanor plea, disbarment for NC attorney

Nov 26, 2013, 09:45 pm CST

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We probably won't see any comment from Yankee on this one. Clark is a Republican. Have to give him credit for countering the stereotype though. He did it for sex, not money.

By Pushkin on 2013 11 26, 10:24 pm CST

Ah he did it for the sex not the money, did the secret service try using that same story?

By concernedcitizen on 2013 11 26, 11:52 pm CST

Man, for that kind of grief, he should have held out for a real affair.

By B. McLeod on 2013 11 27, 1:23 am CST

Nice to see a heart balm tort case put to good use. Personally, I am glad we still have them in NC.

By W.R.T. on 2013 11 27, 2:55 am CST

@1 Like John Edwards - - a Democrat also from North Carolina - - - David Clark, a Republican from North Carolina, appears to have a weakness for the ladies.

Unlike Edwards, who was elected to the United States Senate, Clark never make it through the primary when he ran for District Attorney;

Obviously, Republican primary voters did their job in keeping this fellow out of public office. Democrat primary voters can't make the same claim.

By Yankee on 2013 11 27, 4:54 pm CST

@5

As usual, your conclusion is utterly specious. In what way did Republican primary voters "do their job when, in that 2010 GOP primary race, the incumbent received 50% of the vote to Clark’s 49%where only 200 votes determined the outcome. Once again, your ignorance of the facts has hoisted you upon your own petard.

By Doodle Dandy on 2013 11 28, 2:18 pm CST

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