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Sunday, October 7, 2007

No Attorney Oversight Leads to More Crimes by Lawyers

What happens when lawyers know they can get away with anything?  Here's a short but telling October 5, 2007, New York Law Journal artlcle by Anthony Lin - Suspended NY Lawyer Charged With Selling Old Man's House Out From Under Him - The Queens District Attorney's Office has announced criminal charges against a suspended lawyer who allegedly helped sell an elderly man's house out from under him. Attorney N. Stephen Sukhdeo is facing larceny and forgery charges for participating in a scheme with real estate broker Mohammed Keita.

According to the prosecutor's office, the two men forged the signature of one of Mr. Sukhdeo's clients in order to sell his house while he was hospitalized with a stroke. The house was first sold to a company owned by Mr. Sukhdeo's brother and then "flipped" to Mr. Keita's daughter. Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said the scheme netted its participants hundreds of thousands of dollars. Messrs. Sukhdeo and Keita each face up to 15 years in prison.

12 comments:

Lawyers victim said...

Lawyers have a license to steal and they do it without a gun, this is yet another example. The bottom line is it make good headlines but what will really happen? Will this lawyers go to jail for 10 years? That would send a message to his fellow brethen.

Anonymous said...

These lawyers are all the same, you can't trust them.

Anonymous said...

The bums prey on the old and weak

Anonymous said...

Who do these people think they are?
Lock them up and throw away the key.

Anonymous said...

Lawyers learn bad lessons just as hardened criminals learn how to work the legal system so to get away with crimes.

Lawyers are further encouraged to break the law when illegal deeds go uncorrected by the system, prosecutors, judges, fellow attorneys and those in charge of ethics.

Bad lessons reap bad results; just look at our legal system.

Anonymous said...

this is what lawyers do, they steal

Anonymous said...

I want know what really happens to these people? Does anything happen? Are they punished? Or is this another cover-up by the lawyers and Judges?

Anonymous said...

Throw them in jail.

Anonymous said...

Good lord what is wrong with you people??? All lawyers do not steal. This suspended lawyer participated in this theft with a real estate broker. He will now lose his license to practice and he will face jail time just like the real estate broker.

Anonymous said...

Of course all lawyers don't steal! But the previous commentor has to agree that there has been an air that you can get away with a lot if you know the right people. So, what's wrong with exposing corrupt lawyers and judges so that honor and respect can come back to the system of law....all in fairness to the good lawyers and judges who too can't speak up right now.

Anonymous said...

He should be punished for what he did as an example to others that are that are doing the same, God is a righteous judge and he will punish him for taking advantage of the elderly; (you can run from man but you can't hide from God. Thankyou Jesus for justice and prevent others from getting hurt by this man, amen).

Anonymous said...

He should be punished for what he did as an example to others that are that are doing the same, God is a righteous judge and he will punish him for taking advantage of the elderly; (you can run from man but you can't hide from God. Thankyou Jesus for justice and prevent others from getting hurt by this man, amen).

In response to this - what would you say if I tell you that this same lawyer got married to a Pastor and some how managed to evade prison time. Anything is possible in Richmond Hill..

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