New Jersey lawyer sentenced to 7 years in prison for money laundering

By Christine Duhaime | September 14th, 2012

A former lawyer in New Jersey, Paul DiGiacomo, was sentenced to a prison term of 7 years today for money laundering. DiGiacomo filed a false loan application to buy a house, and when the loan was approved, he bought a house in the name of a dead person and used his firm trust account to launder the funds.

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