A former Camden County physician whose murder conviction was dismissed after 11 years in prison has sued two Georgia attorneys and a Florida lawyer, claiming they conspired to frame him and strip him of $2 million in assets.
Noel Chua—the first physician in Georgia to face murder charges for improperly prescribing medications that led to someone’s death—claims in a federal lawsuit filed Sept. 18 that Atlanta attorneys Michael Lambros and Andrew Ekonomou, and Florida lawyer Steve Berry worked in tandem with county prosecutors and a former judge to violate Chua’s civil rights and secure his wrongful conviction for murder.
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