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Registered sex offender can be a lawyer, Washington Supreme Court rules

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Zachary Leroy Stevens has been living in Arizona, where he has worked for a lawyer since law school. He was convicted of voyeurism after sending child pornography to an undercover detective. Stevens was previously refused admission to the Arizona bar but said he would move to Washington state if his application was approved.
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