Friday, January 20, 2012
and this one had an extra stink coming off her.
A Nova Scotia lawyer who passed drugs to her client in jail will not be allowed to appeal her conviction for possession and trafficking.
Ann Calder was handed two sentences of 30 months in jail, to be served concurrently, after she was found guilty of smuggling a narcotic to her inmate client.
A corrections officer saw her transfer a "cigar-shaped, Saran-wrapped 'prison package' containing tobacco, rolling papers and 2.6 grams of hydromorphone (dilaudid) beads."............