U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Olson, who is known for sanctioning lawyers for misbehavior in his courtroom, has found Palm Beach lawyer Tina Talarchyk in contempt of court and ordered her to jail.

In an order issued Tuesday, the Fort Lauderdale bankruptcy judge also suspended Talarchyk of the Talarchyk Firm from practicing in his court as well as her federal court filing privileges. He remanded her to the custody of federal marshals to be held pending payment of $10,949 Olson said she owes to a client trust account.

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