Former Hendersonville attorney Andy Allman who was previously arrested and indicted for allegedly stealing funds from clients has been indicted and charged with 11 more counts of theft of property and falsely representing himself as a lawyer.
On Dec. 6, a grand jury indicted Allman with nine counts of theft of property and two counts of falsely representing himself as a lawyer. His arraignment is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Friday.
Last December, 18th Judicial District Attorney General Ray Whitley asked that the TBI investigate allegations of theft by the former attorney. Several of Allman's former clients filed complaints alleging he stole funds from them while acting as their attorney.
"During the course of the investigation, agents developed information that Allman had taken funds from his clients from December 2012 through October 2016," the TBI's release said.
Allman was suspended from practicing law in September 2016.
On Aug. 9, the Sumner County Grand Jury returned indictments charging Allman with 19 counts of theft of property, seven counts of falsely representing himself as a lawyer, one count of impersonating a licensed professor and one count of practicing law without a license.
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