FORMER LAWYER TO RETURN TO COURT TO FACE FRAUD CHARGES NEXT MONTH
6/14/2017 4:30:44 PM
The case against a former Ottawa Valley lawyer has been adjourned until July 11th. That was the outcome of Ken Conroy's first court appearence yesterday (Tuesday) on charges of fraud and theft over $5,000 as well as counts of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and breach of trust. Conroy has been practicing law in the area for the last 20 years and now resides in Sarnia. According to the Eganville Leader, Justice Barry Moran presided over the proceeding and stated that the Law Society of Upper Canada has suspended Conroy's license to practice law for the near future.
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