A Rancho Santa Fe lawyer who pleaded guilty to a scheme that put his clients’ personal injury cases up as collateral for loans, and admitted forging their signatures to persuade investors to advance him millions of dollars, was ordered Monday to spend five months in federal custody and pay a $100,000 fine.
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