L I N K Jeffery Boro is one good lawyer as he got bail for his client, Earl Jones, alleged to have bilked millions from his investors.
All Earl had to do was give up his passport, agree to not leave Quebec, and have someone sign for him for his $30,000.00 bail. Not too shabby. Maybe crime does pay?
“Jones, 67, turned himself in to provincial police Monday after disappearing for about three weeks. He was arrested at his lawyer’s Montreal office.
“He was not very happy; nobody would be under the circumstances,” Boro said, “and he was meeting this day with great trepidation.”
The allegations against Jones have not been proven in court.
Montreal resident Cherie Beluse told CBC News her mother lost hundreds of thousands of dollars while investing with Jones and doesn’t hold out much hope that investors will see their money again.”
What do you think Cornwall? Does crime Pay?
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