Maybe it was the alleged death threat against Christopher Hanson’s client. Or possibly the alleged attempt at running Hanson off the road. Or it could have been both.
Whatever it was, the Alameda, Calif., attorney decided it would be wise if he and client Raymond Cote put some distance between themselves and two reportedly out-of-control defendants in a fraud case.
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