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Attorney Dean Weitzman of Philadelphia; convicted tax cheat

The state of Pennsylvania presented Dean Ian Weitzman with a law license in 1987
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel found Dean guilty of the following misconduct.
Weitzman pled guilty in Federal District Court to three counts of attempted tax evasion.
Dean diverted legal fee income by cashing settlement checks totaling $575,569, but failing to report that income on his scheduled income tax returns.
Dean accomplished his tax evasion scheme by maintaining a private escrow account, receiving client’s settlement checks, cashing them at a check cashing agency, and then depositing the proceeds from the checks into the private escrow account.
As a consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court punished Dean by gifting him with a complimentary 3-year suspension of his law license.
As we speak (ca. July 2013) Marc practices with Silvers Langsam & Weitzman PC at 1410 Two Penn Center Plaza in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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