Former Governor Arch Moore's hearing to reinstate his law license has been postponed.

A potential witness Nancy Hill brought with her to court this week federal investigation documents that have until this time been sealed.

Members of a three-member panel determined that the papers should not be submitted into evidence in their current form because they name too many people that have not been charged. Panel members say those people deserve to have their rights protected.

Moore pled guilty to five federal corruption charges, serving time in a federal correctional facility.

Moore is still popular among many West Virginians, but 11 of the charges have never been made public. Moore's lawyers did not want the information released to the public, or used in the reinstatement hearing. They wanted a "stipulation" to exclude information from the 120-page document.

The attorney's are apparently asking the documents be resealed or destroyed.

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