He lost his license which is good. I mean this appears to be THE PRECEDENT. I believe it should have been stiffer, but this case _will_ make prosecutors sit up and take notice for while this guy lost his license to practice law (the equivalent of malpractice for doctors), OTHER judges in other parts of the country might not be so lenient with the rest of his sentencing. It’s about time. It’s really about time.

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