A lawyer convicted, jailed and disbarred in 2002 for thieving from his firm apparently wasn’t dissuaded from his lawless ways, a new criminal episode suggests.

Gregory Luhn has an Aug. 5 court date in Bergen County, N.J., at which he is expected to enter a plea bargain on charges that he took more than $200,000 from a business acquaintance who sought his help with filling out tax returns.

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