1 in 4 Lawyers – If True – Explains A Lot

1 in 4 Lawyers – If True – Explains A Lot

King County Prosecutors Dan Satterberg and David Seaver will certainly accept this as true – it is in the news.

who acquit the guilty for a bribe, but deny justice to the innocent. Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw and as dry grass sinks down in the flames, so their roots will decay and their flowers blow away like dust; for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 5:23-24)

 

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(breitbart.com)—More than a quarter of British lawyers currently take recreational drugs and nearly 60 per cent said they had done so at some stage in their lives, according to a recent survey of the legal profession and law students. Responding to the survey conducted by Legal Cheek, the Law Society told Breitbart London that lawyers found to be abusing drugs “risk their livelihoods”.
The drugs of choice are not only limited to the softer Class B or C drugs. Suggesting that the habits extend far beyond the odd ‘social spliff’, of the 27 per cent of respondents who said they currently use illegal drugs in some form fully 89 per cent said they indulge in cocaine (of which nine per cent was crack cocaine). The survey found another Class A narcotic, MDMA/ecstasy, is used by 77 per cent of drug using lawyers.
Predictably the most widespread drug misuse related to marijuana, clocking up 93 per cent of current users, but ketamine, magic mushrooms and LSD all scored highly. Four respondents confessed to heroin abuse.
Corporate-commercial lawyers are more likely to take drugs than solicitors working for smaller high street practices. Of those lawyers who say they currently use some form of narcotic 56 per cent work in commercial law firms compare to 36 per cent in general practices covering areas such as immigration, divorce, wills and real estate.