Attorney accused of accepting kickbacks

, The National Law Journal


An attorney has been indicted on charges of accepting kickbacks from associates who received work from his client, an Indian tribe in California.

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  • Karin

    Unbelievable! How could anyone ever think of taking any bribes behind tribe members backs, after everything they have suffered, how can the natives trust people when they face lies to this day. It saddens me to think that these guilty legal advisors and common workers can turn the other way to be selfish to get more money and ignore the truth of how insanely hard the Indians of our nation have had it, and that anyone who takes advantage of their success should be deported.

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