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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Houston judge orders Prins to turn over $2.4M; law license suspended
from SA Express

Attorney Todd Prins, who is facing various legal and financial troubles in San Antonio, has been ordered by a Houston bankruptcy judge to turn over $2.4 million by 5 p.m. Monday or face possible jail time.
In a Wednesday order, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm wrote that Prins violated bankruptcy rules by improperly conducting a foreclosure sale on a Houston home on Oct. 4.
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The house was sold for $2.4 million, but the money has not been turned over to the bankruptcy estate, according to Bohm’s order.

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from Houston Press

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