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Maui attorney Meyer Ueoka placed on inactive status


Meyer M. Ueoka, 94, a Maui attorney who has served as a state representative and Board of Education member, has been put on inactive status by the Hawaii Supreme Court’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel.

The action against Ueoka was “due to mental or physical illness or disability,” the ODC announced Wednesday.

The ODC warned that Ueoka is ineligible to practice law and cannot accept or handle any retainers, clients or legal matters.

He was admitted to the Hawaii bar on June 30, 1952.

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