A federal judge has thrown disbarred Miami attorney Louis Robles back in jail after Robles’ girlfriend told the court he was planning to flee the country before finalizing a criminal plea deal on charges that he stole millions from his clients.

On May 10, U.S. District Judge Alan Gold in Miami issued an arrest warrant and ordered Robles’ $1 million bond revoked, calling him a flight risk. Robles, a nationally known Miami mass torts lawyer, was placed in federal prison May 11, days before Gold was set to decide whether to accept a plea deal for a 10-year sentence that was worked out between Robles and prosecutors.

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