Court denies appeal of former Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim's law license rejection

The State Supreme Court has denied former Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim's appeal to get his law license back. A lower court had already ruled that

The former Bridgeport mayor has been seeking his

The former Bridgeport mayor has been seeking his law license back after serving time for corruption.

BRIDGEPORT - The State Supreme Court has denied former Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim's appeal to get his law license back.

A lower court had already ruled that Ganim should not be allowed to practice law because he showed no remorse after his corruption conviction.

Ganim was sentenced to nine years in prison in 2003.

He was released in 2010 after serving seven years.

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