Since the sudden death of Miami maritime attorney William Huggett three years ago, his widow has been fighting his former staff for taking all her husband’s cases to a newly formed law firm and charging her $739,000 for bonuses and vacation pay.

In a stunning twist, a federal grand jury in Miami indicted Sara San Martin, Huggett’s former office manager and bookkeeper, in June for allegedly writing fraudulent checks on Huggett’s accounts to pay off her mortgage and a truck loan.

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