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Attorney Norman Abood of Toledo; convicted tax cheat


The state of state of Ohio presented Jerry Chad Stollings with a law license in 1979 after he graduated from Toledo University Law School.
The Toledo Bar Association found Norman guilty of the following misconduct.
Norman found it acceptable to not pay his federal income taxes for several years. Subsequently, Normal pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to two counts of failure to pay income taxes and was sentenced to two consecutive 8-month terms in prison.
Norman went one step further in attempting to defraud the IRS when he deposited $63,000 in net proceeds from the sale and repurchase of his home into his law office’s trust account because he feared the IRS would seize the funds if they were placed in a personal account.


As a consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Ohio Supreme Court punished Norman by gifting him with a complimentary 180-day suspension of his law license.
As we speak (ca. March 2013) Norman practices at 152 North Summit Street in Toledo, Ohio.
It must be comforting to the folks in Toledo to know that there is yet another convict practice law compliments of the comedians sitting on the Ohio Supreme Court.





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