Las Vegas lawyer’s misdeeds draw lengthy prison term

U.S. District Judge James Mahan sentenced Levinson to 78 months behind bars for his role in the scheme to take over and defraud homeowners associations and for stealing client funds and hiding money from the IRS.  Mahan also ordered Levinson to serve five years of supervised release after prison and pay a share of $19 million in restitution in the HOA case and another $271,000 to former clients and the IRS.     Read the article………..


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