VALPARAISO | A judge was asked Monday to set aside about two weeks for the trial of a Hammond woman and a Lafayette man accused of unlawfully collecting $1.3 million in real estate investments and dipping into the funds to buy a vehicle, pay salaries and spend money on other personal needs.
VALPARAISO | A Hammond woman and a Lafayette man accused of unlawfully collecting $1.3 million in real estate investments and dipping into the funds for personal purchases were awarded public defenders Friday after claiming they could not afford attorneys.
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