Ex-Cozen Attorney Sentenced to 70 Months in Prison

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A former Cozen O'Connor real estate attorney was sentenced to 70 months in federal prison after he was convicted on charges related to diverting fees from the law firm and not declaring that as income on his tax returns.

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    Tom Druce ran over and killed a man, fled the scene, lied to his insurer, hid evidence and he spent less than 2 years locked up.

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