Attorney gets two-year sentence in Guzman mortgage fraud

Apr 3, 2012 Full story: The Day

Attorney and former mortgage broker Maurizio Lancia, who pleaded guilty to one count related to a long-running New London real estate fraud headed by Jose Guzman, was sentenced Tuesday in Hartford's U.S. District Court to 27 months in federal prison.

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Jacob for Justice

Groton, CT

#1 Apr 3, 2012
Nice - the attorney should have got ten times this sentence - for breach of the public trust - thats the problem with these liars! LIAR = Low Income, Adjustable Rate - with the rich guy collecting the premiums and fees!

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