Convicted attorney’s possessions could be sold off to help victims

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An attorney convicted of defrauding his clients could soon have his possessions sold off to help those clients.

According to our partners at the Indianapolis Business Journal, William Conour’s possessions, including original artwork and a collection of premium wines, would be up for grabs if a judge approves the motion.

Earlier this year, William Conour pleaded guilty to defrauding dozens of his clients out of $4.5 million.

He faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Sentencing is set for Oct. 17.