$20 Mil. Embezzlement Could Send Lawyer Behind Bars

Money Supported a Lavish Lifestyle

A real estate attorney and a law firm employee have been arrested and accused of embezzling almost $21 million from a well-known Atlanta law firm. The money was stolen from the real estate law firm’s escrow and other accounts and eventually led to the law firm’s bankruptcy and collapse.

The embezzled funds were used to pay for the alimony, jets, mansions and gambling debts of the attorney and his accomplice, the former Chief Financial Officer of the firm. Read the full story here.

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