Brian T. Valery, the man who passed himself off as an attorney in two states and worked for a major New York law firm, will once again appear in court, this time as a criminal defendant. Fired from Anderson Kill & Olick last October, Valery, 32, lied to his employer about attending law school and passing the New York bar exam. He was arrested this month on charges of perjury and the unauthorized practice of law, and is due to be arraigned on Wednesday.
Criminal Charges Lodged Against Fake Attorney
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 23, 2007
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