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Today’s Quote: Crazy Is As Crazy Does

“I think the only thing crazy about her was it was crazy that she thought she wasn’t going to get caught.” ~ Assistant District Attorney John Walko is seeking at least a three-year prison sentence for Kathleen “Kathy” Foer-Morse, a former paralegal who admitted to stealing over $100,000 from a Norristown law firm.

The Norristown Times Herald is reporting that Foer-Morse’s defense attorney may present evidence of her “deteriorating emotional condition” as an argument for leniency, but Walko does not appear to be sympathetic. He stated to the court, “She was in a fiduciary position as a paralegal and abused her clients’ trusts.”

Source: Norristown Times Herald

Related Post: Jailed Paralegal Admits Theft and Awaits Sentencing

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