SC State Ex-GC Pleads Guilty; Knew About Kickbacks

, Corporate Counsel


The lawyer was charged under an obscure "misprision of felony" statute, which involves knowing about a crime.

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  • John de Clef Piñeiro, Esq.

    "I regret being a part of some phone conversations entailing improper activities, but it is important to stress that I never profited in any way for these illegal activities. Not one single dime.”

    Ethical obtuseness does not require remuneration or gain for it to be sanctionable and illegal.

    It that clear to everyone out there?

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