A lawyer named Mark Spicehandler,  told “blatant, breathtaking lies” and has been struck from the profession until 2017.
He faced three charges of professional misconduct for denying on a job application that he had previously been charged with an offence, omitting details relating to his employment history from his resume and engaging in legal practice without a practising certificate.
Spicehandler had applied for the position of senior solicitor with the Office of Public Prosecutions in 2010, despite having not held a practicing certificate since June 2008 and  had held positions at five separate law firms between 2006 and 2010.
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