Friday, December 9, 2016

Suspended Boston lawyer to be arraigned on 26-count indictment

A Boston lawyer allegedly bilked friends, clients, and others out of nearly $250,000 in a series of schemes “fueled by drugs, gambling, and a penchant for the high life,” prosecutors said Tuesday.

Wassem M. Amin, 31, was ordered held on $1 million bail after being indicted on 26 charges, including fraud and larceny. His alleged victims included two young immigrants who had asked for his help starting companies, along with a former girlfriend he had hired.

Over time, the spoils of his deeds included a Mercedes-Benz S-class sedan and a Canal Street penthouse that cost close to $11,000 a month, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.

But Amin was suspended from law practice this year and arrested over the summer. When he found out that one of his victims had lodged a complaint with the state Board of Bar Overseers and Boston Police, Amin sent a threatening text message, prosecutors said.

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Suspended Boston lawyer to be arraigned on 26-count indictment

2 comments:

Finny said...

He needs now to be disbarred.

Unknown said...

This article is amazing :) I think court should take serious actions against the scammers, but I believe Lawyers are the one who can deal with all the legal issues and gives the best legal advice being in law. I want to appreciate you for sharing as this kind of articles are very helpful as I am a law student it increases my knowledge :)