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“Almost 10 years ago, Christopher Poulos was indicted in federal court in Maine on cocaine distribution charges involving four separate drug sales in March 2007 from his basement apartment in Portland.
“He later spent 33 months in prison for those offenses. He was addicted to drugs and alcohol and faced a long road to recovery.
“On Friday, he was in state court in Kennebec County, being admitted by Maine Supreme Judicial Court Associate Justice Jeffrey Hjelm to the Maine Bar, with all the rights and responsibilities as an attorney in the state.”