Kirschner v General Dental Council

Dentist – Disciplinary proceedings. The Professional Conduct Committee (the PCC) of the defendant General Dental Council found the appellant dentist guilty of dishonesty and other allegations, and suspended her for a year. The appellant appealed against the finding of dishonesty and the sanction. The Administrative Court, in allowing the appeal, held that, in the light of the PCC's findings, it had simply been impossible for it to have correctly concluded that it had been more likely than not that the appellant had realised that what she had been doing had been, by the standards of ordinary and honest dentists, dishonest.

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