Defense Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Tax Law Violations

, New York Law Journal

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Self-styled radical defense lawyer Stanley L. Cohen of New York City will lose his law license and spend time in prison after pleading guilty Monday to charges he violated federal tax law by operating a cash law business.

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Originally appeared in print as Radical Defense Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Tax Law Violations

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  • Jackie Najacack

    How did it take so long to catch up with this pompous mixed-up male version of Lynne Stewart?

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