Decision expected in multi-million dollar Calgary fraud and theft case

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It’s been 10 years since a now-disgraced Calgary lawyer and a mortgage broker started working together selling homes, offering mortgages and developing vacation projects in Mexico.

In 2015, Floyd Campbell, the lawyer, admitted to the Law Society of Alberta: “[Broker] Brandon Antonini and I exhausted our ability to fund the projects through legitimate means.”

Campbell and Antonini allegedly defrauded and stole at least $5 million from about a half-dozen investors.

Campbell will find out on Wednesday whether a Calgary judge has found him guilty of dozens of criminal charges. His actions sparked at least 20 investigations by the Alberta Lawyers Insurance Association, which paid out six claims totalling $3,527,857.67.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.