Monochromatic Oeuvre wrote:I would say don't go to law school. We're here talking about whether is even possible for you to be admitted to the bar in any state, but it wouldn't surprise anyone to see you shut out of the bar everywhere. You don't want to sink all that money into law school if you're not absolutely sure you'll be able to practice.
Generally, the bigger the transgression, the further removed you need to be from it. You have a pretty long list culminating in a very serious charge (threatening to blow up the school). Did you get charged with a felony for that? That's an automatic disbarment in 48 states, I think.
I tend to be relatively permissive about this kind of stuff, and I think state bars in general deny too many people for things that are most often harmless. But if you'll allow me to be frank, OP, if I were on a certification board reading that, I would deny you. It's way too soon after something way too big. It doesn't come across as a "I was young and stupid" or a "I made a bad decision in the heat of the moment" C&F, it comes across as you legitimately being a threat to people around you. So yeah, definitely consult with something who has expertise in this sort of stuff.
Also, word of advice: I wouldn't post any more of this stuff on the Internet if I were you, and frankly I'd advise you to delete what you've posted. Just a heads up.
I was getting this feeling too. We can't advise OP other than strongly recommend he keep his mouth shut with schools and the bar until he talks to an expert who can advise him. Posting more here just makes him more easily identifiable.
I'm not seeing this as as hopeless as you guys do, but I'm not an expert. He should be able to find some school that would admit him...but the bar is another matter.