Attorney Faulted for His Conduct as Guardian Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny in Second Case

, New York Law Journal

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A Brooklyn attorney who was told by a judge last year that he had "squandered and wasted" the assets of a disabled young man he served as guardian now is facing one year in jail for stealing from another of his former charges.

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    Please don't forget that Mr. Jones was also a co-guardian of Judge Phillips. That he was never prosecuted in that case defies logic.

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