Scott Rothstein’s former law firm general counsel cried Thursday as he recalled how he discovered his boss had committed a fraud of epic proportions.

David Boden, who worked for Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler for 18 months before it imploded last November, testified in a deposition about discovering the $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme. He was the subject of an all-day deposition by Fort Lauderdale attorney Chuck Lichtman of Berger Singerman, which represents trustee Herbert Stettin in the firm’s bankruptcy.

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