The Louisiana Supreme Court is suspending a Baton Rouge attorney's law license for a year and a day for his role in the spreading of sexually-explicit videos.
The punishment was doled out yesterday to Christopher Young and is retroactive to his interim suspension on September 28th of last year. He admitted to forwarding videos of boys engaging in sex acts with donkeys saying he sent them to friends, family and clients in 2013 and 2015 as a "crude joke."
The Advocate reports a federal judge earlier handed Young a two-year suspended sentence on the misdemeanor and fined him $5,000.
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