An inadvertent “reply all” message has led a Fulton County prosecutor to be suspended without pay for three days and pulled off the team handling the Atlanta Public Schools criminal case.

The suspension of Assistant District Attorney Lori Canfield came after she inadvertently emailed to dozens of lawyers her apparent skepticism of a claim that former APS Superintendent Beverly Hall’s cancer treatments have left her too sick to stand trial in August.

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