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If the result of a case is that the defendent has to go o jail for a year then it was likely a malpractice case
true or false

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1. Many different kinds of crime are punished by a year in jail.

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Ms. Sue
2. very few inmates are there because of malpractice, unless the malpractice involved selling street drugs, robbing, fighting, stealing, or driving while intoxicated. Malpractice is not a common inmate error.

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bobpursley
3. So if for a felony case you could go to jail for a year ?

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4. Yes.

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Ms. Sue
5. thanks :)

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