The FBI is seeking to trace the whereabouts of $3.6 million from accounts overseen by prominent Miami lawyer and forensic accountant Lewis Freeman, who judges have often appointed to help recover money for victims of fraud, according to sources.

FBI agents earlier this month executed search warrants at the Miami and Plantation, Fla., offices of Lewis B. Freeman & Partners, confiscating documents and computer files. No charges have been filed.

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