Texas Lawyer Gets 25 Years in Prison for Money Laundering Scheme that Defrauded Law Firms

A Texas attorney will be spending the next 25 years of his life in a federal prison for taking part in an international money laundering conspiracy that defrauded lawyers and law firms across the nation out of more than $8.8 million, under a sentence handed down in a federal court in Tampa, Florida.

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