Roni Lynn Deutch addresses reporters in a defiant news conference in front of her shuttered North Highlands office in May 2011. The state attorney general had levied contempt of court charges accusing her of shredding millions of pages of documents and failing to pay clients refunds in violation of a court order. Deutch closed her law firm a month after the state obtained a court order freezing her assets.
Roni Lynn Deutch addresses reporters in a defiant news conference in front of her shuttered North Highlands office in May 2011. The state attorney general had levied contempt of court charges accusing her of shredding millions of pages of documents and failing to pay clients refunds in violation of a court order. Deutch closed her law firm a month after the state obtained a court order freezing her assets. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file
Roni Lynn Deutch addresses reporters in a defiant news conference in front of her shuttered North Highlands office in May 2011. The state attorney general had levied contempt of court charges accusing her of shredding millions of pages of documents and failing to pay clients refunds in violation of a court order. Deutch closed her law firm a month after the state obtained a court order freezing her assets. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file

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