Attorney gets 7 years for smuggling cocaine into prison

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 5, 2011 16:43

 
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Jerusalem District Court on Sunday sentenced attorney Liora Berko to seven months in prison for smuggling cocaine to two convicts in jail, Army Radio reported.

Judge Nava Ben Or wrote in her decision that the severity of Berko's actions required that she serve time in jail.

The two convicts to whom Berko smuggled the cocaine also received jail time for their involvement in the incident.

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