Look at this:
A temporary suspension for 10 years with roughly 8 years remaining.
Firstly, is 10 years temporary? I hardly think so. You don't say you temporarily lived in a place for 10 years or you temporarily worked in a company for 8.
In many developed countries, manslaughter only carries 1-2 years imprisonment. If a criminal is locked up for 10 years, it's definitely not temporary.
Furthermore, the definition given by Cambridge Dictionary is:
not lasting or needed for very long
Secondly, there is a difference between "suspend" & "ban". More specifically:
Suspend implies temporary, whereas ban implies permanent.
With these in mind, can we please have better wording for longer suspensions/bans? For example, the following should be just fine: