A lawyer convicted of using a credit card scam to pay his way through law school could face a sentence of up to 175 years in prison, according to prosecutors. Christian Ehlers, 29, a 2001 graduate of Loyola Law School, was found guilty Tuesday of conspiracy, fraud and other federal offenses in a scam authorities said cost credit card companies $1.2 million.
Convicted Attorney's Credit Card Scam Paid for Law School
The Associated Press
December 17, 2004
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