"I already had one career taken away from me," she yelled in the courtroom at that time, apparently referencing her cycling demise -- and foreshadowing her inability to become an attorney due to a felony conviction. "Look me in the eye; you can't do it," she said.
In addition to perjury, you could accuse Thomas of poor taste. In e-mails to her alleged drug supplier Patrick Arnold, she wrote under the name "Ann Frank" (the actual slain diarist actually spelled her name "Anne," but let's not nitpick).
You can read the 9th Circuit Court's 42-page ruling here.
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