Former CFO pleads not guilty to stealing from program (condo assn) for disabled (MA)

The former chief financial officer at a nonprofit organization that ?serves adults with learning and intellectual disabilities on Cape Cod pleaded not guilty this morning to embezzling about $70,000.  James Godsill, 67, is accused of embezzling from a condominium association funded by the clients’ families.     Read the article………


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