A Savannah, Ga., lawyer’s guilty plea to a federal obstruction of justice charge may bring an end to his long-controversial practice, which he promoted with advertisements featuring former television actor Robert Vaughn urging potential clients, “Tell them you mean business.”
Benjamin S. “Benny” Eichholz last month bargained down a 77-count indictment that accused him of embezzlement, money laundering, mail fraud and lying about the management of his employees’ pension plan to a single count of obstructing justice.
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