Coaxing a suspected arsonist to ignore his counsel and confess to a fatal 1996 fire won Joshua Dale a $400,000 settlement in a related civil suit.
But the series of jailhouse visits also may have gotten the San Francisco attorney suspended from practicing law for four months and put on probation for two years.
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