What is the penalty for failing to stop a pedestrian from crossing the street?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Liggett (Re), 2009 LSBC 36 (CanLII):

The factors considered by the Panel, in determining the appropriate penalty, are set out in the Law Society of BC v. Ogilvie [1999] LSBC 17. The primary consideration in this case is specific deterrence and protection of the public interest to ensure that these goals are met.

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