Saturday, January 17, 2009

Four Years For Theft

Karyn McConnell Hancock, who was once a respected attorney and Toledo City Councilman, was sentenced in Lucas County Common Pleas Court to four years in prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her former clients.

Convicted in November of aggravated theft, McConnell Hancock admitted to stealing more than $624,000 from 22 clients over a period of six years. The charge carries a maximum of eight years in prison.

Full Article and Source:
Former attorney sentenced to prison

More information:
McConnell Hancock gets 4 years

See also:
Indictment: $500K to $1M Stolen

Missing Money From Estates

Missing Money Over 300K

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Four years in the big house is a good start. And there's the disgrace that goes with it.

A good start.

we the people said...

Yes, a good start. She is in for the shock of her life - good. Justice is sweet!

The sad reality is, she is one of many who got caught and prosecuted. Many other crooks get away with their crimes.