The California State Bar on Friday took the unusual step of waiving confidentiality to release the names of 16 lawyers under investigation for alleged misdeeds in their work on loan modifications.

Interim Chief Trial Counsel Russell Weiner called the situation an “unprecedented” crisis: “The number of attorneys using their law licenses to essentially take money away from unwary but trusting customers is astounding,” he said in a news release.

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