Ted Roberts, a San Antonio lawyer convicted on theft charges for extracting money from men who allegedly had sexual liaisons with his wife, will seek a new trial, says his attorney Michael McCrum.

On June 4, Judge Sid Harle of San Antonio’s 226th District Court sentenced Roberts of Ted H. Roberts P.C. to five years for each of the three charges on which a jury convicted him in March. The sentences will run concurrently.

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