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Law Times reports the Law Society of Upper Canada has issued an eight-month suspension to a lawyer, Sarah Jackson, who admitted to providing heroin to a friend who later died from an overdose. Do you think the suspension is fair?
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Yes, an eight-month suspension is fair, given that Sarah Jackson was acquitted of manslaughter, and found not guilty of criminal negligence causing death.
No, an eight-month suspension seems like too little, given that Sarah jackson did not report criminal charges she was facing to the LSUC, in 2012 and 2013.
Start Voting: 4/10/2017|End Voting: 5/10/2017

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