A disbarred lawyer — who has found himself on the other side of the law in both federal and state court — was ordered to remain under house arrest until Jan. 10 when he is scheduled for sentencing in a scam involving deceased clients.
The latest condition levied on George Guyer Young III, 49, stemmed from another arrest last October for causing a three-car crash in Upper Providence while he was operating a silver Jaguar under the influence.
Judge Charles C. Keller imposed the house arrest after a motion was made by Assistant District Attorney Robert Manzi to revoke bail for Guyer. Defense attorney Mary Beth Welsh, who represents Young, opposed the motion.
The ruddy-faced defendant is awaiting sentencing on charges he pocketed money from deceased clients in an unclaimed property scam, and that some of the estimated $50,000 was used to pay off restitution in a federal case in which he ripped off veterans, said Manzi.
The county charges carry a maximum of 14 years in jail.
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Ex-lawyer Gets House Arrest Until Sentencing