Atlanta lawyer Ike E. Duru is surrendering his $600,000 Powder Springs hometo the federal government and his law license tothe state.

Forfeiting his license and the spacious suburban home on five acres, whichDuru paid for with cash and 41 cashier’s checks, areamong the consequencesof a guilty plea the personal injury attorney entered Thursday in U.S.District Court in Atlanta. U.S. v.Duru, No. 1:99-cr-204 (N.D. Ga., March23, 2000).

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