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A contributor to Democratic politics accused of pretending to be a lawyer didn’t finish law school in Mexico, according to his transcript, but his lawyer said he is still authorized to practice law in that country.

Mauricio Celis, 36, has been indicted on felony charges of perjury, theft, falsely holding himself out as a lawyer and impersonating a public servant. The perjury indictment accuses him of lying about graduating from law school.

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