Former Ala. Atty Accused Of Bilking $2.8M From Investors

Law360, New York (October 4, 2013, 2:13 PM ET) -- A federal jury on Thursday hit a former Alabama attorney with a 21-count indictment alleging he bilked more than $2.8 million from investors in a business he owned and used the funds for vacations, his house, a donation to the Heisman Trophy Trust and other personal uses. 

Christopher Shawn Linton, 34, of Alabaster, faces wire, mail, securities and bank fraud charges as part of a scheme that diverted investments in his company Integrity Capital LLC for various personal expenses, authorities said. The investors unwittingly paid for...
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