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In an unusual action, six justices of the Supreme Court of Maine overturned a decision by a single justice of that court to impose only a six- month suspension on an attorney—recently returned to the profession after spending time in prison for money laundering—who sexually imposed himself on a client in a sex-trafficking case whom he had moved into his own apartment.
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