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“We limit our decision in this case to situations where, unbeknown to the defendant, his representative was not authorized to practice law in any state, and the lack of such authorization stemmed from failure to seek it or from its denial for a reason going to legal ability, such as failure to pass a bar examination, or want of moral character….” J. Friendly, Solina v. United States., 709 F.2d 160, 167 (2nd Cir. 1983).