Atty Charged In $32M Money Laundering Plot Ruled Competent

Law360, Houston (August 9, 2013, 4:26 PM EDT) -- A Texas attorney accused of bilking a Nevada contractor out of $32 million in payments from a Mexican state-owned utility will go to trial on wire fraud and money laundering charges, after a federal judge ruled he was competent Thursday.

U.S. District Judge David Briones ruled that embattled El Paso attorney Marco Antonio Delgado, 46, is fit to stand trial in November for allegedly diverting $32 million in payments meant for Nevada-based FGG Enterprises LLC under a $121 million equipment and maintenance contract with Comision Federal...
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