In its petition approved January 26, the North Carolina State Bar called Brewer professionally unfit.
Brewer was indicted in June on seven counts of assault on a female, one count of impersonating an officer and one count of willful failure to discharge his duties.
According to court papers, Brewer allegedly stopped motorists by flashing a gold badge. District Attorneys in North Carolina don't carry badges and can't make traffic stops.
Prosecutors said that Brewer touched women inappropriately - resulting in the misdemeanor assault charges.
All of the misdemeanors happened between June of 2008 and September of 2009.
In one assault, warrants say Brewer kissed a woman on her neck and grabbed her hand. In another, he allegedly put his hand on a woman's leg and touched the inside of her thigh. Another victim says Brewer touched her buttocks.
An affidavit also alleged Brewer "routinely dismissed random citations" - keeping them in a "manila folder in his office," separated into male and female piles.
At sentencing, the judge did not send Brewer to jail. Instead, he gave him supervised probation and a $50,000 fine. He agreed to undergo counseling.