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Former Connecticut Attorney Sentenced for Embezzling $2 Million From Clients

The Office of the Chief State's Attorney in Connecticut announced recently that former New Haven attorney John Peck was sentenced to 14 years incarceration, execution suspended after seven years served, and five years probation for embezzling more than $2 million from his former clients. Peck was also ordered to make full restitution to four elderly clients from whom he misappropriated funds in connection with real estate transactions, estate planning and litigation settlements.
See the full release here.

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