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Attorney Rhonda Anderson of Philadelphia; convicted felon

The state of Pennsylvania presented Rhonda McCullough Anderson with a law license in 1998. 
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel (ODC) found Rhonda guilty of the following misconduct.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office filed a 56-count indictment against 12 defendants alleging a collection of separate schemes by which Corey Kemp and those involved with him used Kemp’s position as City Treasurer to fraudulently enrich themselves. Rhonda was charged with assisting Kemp in fraudulent enriching himself.
Counts 54 and 55 of the criminal indictment charged Rhonda in connection with her cash payments of $1,300 to Kemp, representing his share of income produced by Rhonda in an asset locator business.
As a result of her cooperation with the government, Rhoda was allowed to enter a plea agreement whereby she agreed to plead guilty one count of mail fraud. The plea agreement contained Rhonda’s admission concerning improper billing of a welfare-to-work program. Federal Judge Michael Baylson imposed a sentence of two hears of probation and ordered her to make restitution of $9,100.
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court punished Rhonda by gifting her with a complimentary censure 5-year suspension of her law license.
As we speak (ca. November 2012) Rhonda 21 South 12th Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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