Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Serial scamming attorney pleads guilty to money laundering

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A former South Jersey attorney with a record of scamming his clients has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of money laundering. Michael W. Kwasnik, 49, was indicted in February 2017 for his alleged involvement in a $13 million Ponzi scheme. Federal investigators at that time alleged […]

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