Real estate attorney Mitch Kossoff, who has been accused of stealing millions of dollars he was supposed to hold in escrow for clients, was arraigned on felony theft and fraud charges in Manhattan on Friday as part of a plea agreement with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.

The court appearance was the latest step in the complicated story of Kossoff and his law firm, Kossoff PLLC, which has been undergoing involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings since April.

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