One-time top Miami forensic accountant and attorney Lewis Freeman conspired with two of his employees to help conceal his embezzlement of $2.6 million from client trust accounts for more than a decade, federal prosecutors charge.

Former Lewis B. Freeman & Partners comptroller Jose Wong of Miami and former bookkeeper Steven Jockers of Cooper City, Fla., were charged Tuesday by criminal information with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and could face up to five years in prison if convicted.

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