The arrest of a controversial defense attorney has raised complicated questions about an advocate's duty to refuse tainted fees. Federal agents appeared at Jamie Harmon's office to tell her that she faced a grand jury indictment for money laundering, according to a second-year associate of Harmon's who spoke to The Recorder on her behalf. Harmon had no idea she was under investigation, Theodore Stalcup said. "It was a complete out-of-the-blue lightning bolt from above," he said. "Not the best day."
Calif. Defense Attorney Accused of Money Laundering
January 13, 2009