The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday that a California lawyer has pleaded guilty to a mix of financial charges—including funneling excessive campaign contributions into the 2016 presidential election and defrauding a bank with a sham credit card processing scheme.

Attorney Rudy Dekermenjian, 42, of Glendale, California, pleaded guilty to one count of “conspiracy to make conduit contributions, make excessive contributions, cause false statements, and cause false entries in records,” the Justice Department said.

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