Bookkeeping on behalf of rich convicted drug dealers can have its pitfalls. Just ask F. Lee Bailey.

Since he agreed in 1994 to become the caretaker and liquidator of assets belonging to his former drug-dealing client, Claude Louis Duboc, the noted Florida attorney has landed in jail himself, has been fired by his client and has been ordered to repay more than $400,000 to the federal government.

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