A former law firm office manager and bookkeeper who was accused of writing fraudulent checks on her deceased boss’s personal accounts pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud in Miami federal court.

Sara San Martin, 39, also known as Sara Echeverria, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of bank fraud for allegedly writing checks from the personal accounts of the late Miami maritime attorney William Huggett.

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