Charles Naselsky was convicted Monday on charges related to a tax evasion scheme that he carried on while he worked as a real estate lawyer at Cozen O’Connor — a scheme which also defrauded the firm — the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.

He was convicted of two counts of tax evasion, two counts of filing false tax returns, three counts of wire fraud, and two counts of obstruction of justice.

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