One of the areas of inquiry into the conduct of candidates for admission to the bar is the candidate's respect for and compliance with the law, including traffic and parking regulations. In In re DeBartolo, 111 Ill.2d 1 (1986), the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed the Committee on Character and Fitness' refusal to certify a bar applicant based on issues that included 200 to 400 parking tickets he had accumulated …

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