NJ Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Robbing Elderly Clients

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A New Jersey attorney is facing prison time after pleading guilty to bilking elderly clients out of millions of dollars using phony powers of attorney and other fraudulent means.

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  • Ken

    Guess where Christy got the 2 mill

  • Ken

    Go Jimmy. How correct ! Lieberman is not remorsefull. She was the brains & brawn. The 2 mill belongs back to the elderly victims she raped. Sociopaths have no feeling. Politics at play. Shame on the AG/NJSP & our great Gov. FYI... who had a hand in this deal. The Sopranos State in deed. Notice how the "Court Appt. Guardian aspect has been swept ? Thanks Chris !

  • W. Shakespeare

    What do you expect from lawyers covering for other lawyers. I‘m sure Feldman is jealous his client got away with what she was doing for quite a while, and wants to copy her methods.

    This is the problem with the NJ legal industry and judiciary covering for each other. Lawyers and judges both attend what is known as "bench-bar" conferences where lawyers and judges exchange information. This is not only unethical but unconstitutional since it creates the appearance of impropriety, lack of integrity, and lack of impartiality. Most states either don‘t have "bench-bar" conferences, or have done away with them for conflicts-of-interest.

    However, in NJ, lawyers cover for judges and judges cover for lawyers, since most judges come out of law firms where lawyers are protecting each other.
    It‘s time to remove lawyers from the legislature because they are now controlling all 3 branches of government, and this is unconstitutional on its face, since it violates Separation of Powers, and the system of Checks and Balances. Any wonder why NJ is considered one of the most corrupt states in the nation? It‘s called "lawyers".

  • Jimmy

    "She‘s actually an excellent attorney," he added. "She had an error in judgment."

    When you say stupid things like this, you make a fool of both yourself and the profession.

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