Friday, November 11, 2011

Attorney Gets Eight Years On Deed Forgery, Charging Clients For Unperformed Services

The Cincinnati Business Courier reports:

  • Northern Kentucky attorney Patrick Moeves will serve eight years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of theft and forgery.

  • reports that Moeves charged clients fees for work he didn't perform and forged the name of state Sen. Jack Westwood on a deed. In addition to the prison term, Moeves was ordered pay restitution.

Source: N. Ky. attorney gets 8 years in prison.

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