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Baldinger was reprimanded by the New Jersey Supreme Court in 2008 for violating attorney conflict-of-interest rules and again in 2013 by the New York for not reporting his past disciplinary history, according to records.He didn't return messages seeking comment.___Horwitz reported from Washington.Persons with degrees of consanguinity which makes marriage incestuous and void (knowingly).These are: "between parents and children, including grandparents and grandchildren of every degree, between brothers and sisters of the one-half as well as the whole blood, and between uncles and nieces, aunts and nephews and between first cousins"Without regard to legitimacy: (1) An ancestor or a descendant; (2) A stepchild or adopted child; (3) A brother or sister of the whole or half blood; (4) An uncle, aunt, nephew, or niece; or (5) A stepgrandchild or adopted grandchild (knowingly)."Ordinary due diligence should have uncovered that."Manafort has properties in Florida, Virginia, Manhattan, Brooklyn and New York's Long Island.He was represented on multiple real estate transactions named in the indictment by New Jersey lawyer Bruce Baldinger, property records show.
Experts told the AP the bank's behavior as described in the indictment will cause problems for it beyond a possible loss on its loan, drawing scrutiny from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency."I would expect the OCC upon reading this indictment or news accounts of the indictment to immediately launch an investigation of what went on," said Kevin Handly, a banking lawyer and former senior attorney for the Federal Reserve Board.
11, 2017, file photo, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort arrives at federal court in Washington.
In a dramatic escalation of pressure and stakes, special counsel Robert Mueller filed additional criminal charges Feb.
His longtime deputy, Rick Gates, who was similarly charged with banking violations, tax evasion, unregistered lobbying and other crimes, pleaded guilty Friday and will be cooperating with Mueller's probe.
Along with the prospect that one of Citizens' employees allegedly aided an attempt to commit loan fraud, the details in the indictment indicate the bank failed to heed the results of its basic due diligence, eventually lending Manafort .4 million despite twice having reason to be wary of Manafort's creditworthiness, prosecutors said.