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HomeCrimeFor state financial crimes, Alex Murdaugh was given a 27-year prison sentence.

For state financial crimes, Alex Murdaugh was given a 27-year prison sentence.

 

Image Alex Murdaugh (Hampton County Sheriff’s Office)

For the murders of his wife and son, Murdaugh was already serving two life terms. He was found guilty of stealing $12 million from his clients and family law practice in addition to these penalties. Murdaugh would serve a total of 27 years in a South Carolina state prison, according to the terms of the plea agreement reached with the prosecution.

According to state prosecutors, Murdaugh stole to make ends meet. Before his arrest, he conned others into joining him in an elaborate plan that brought in over $12 million through the creation of false bank accounts. Many of the victims had experienced events that had left them deeply grieving or gravely injured. That was just the beginning of how he damaged clients with his financial fraud schemes.

Alex said in court, “I am pleading guilty for a number of reasons, but none is more prominent than my hopes that seeing me punished will help each of you heal and be able to begin to put this behind you.”

For financial crimes, Alex Murdaugh, a disgraced lawyer and convicted murderer from South Carolina, was sentenced to 27 years in state prison. In response to almost two dozen state financial allegations, which included tax evasion, money laundering, conspiracy, breach of trust, and forgery, he entered a guilty plea. These offenses were allegedly a part of attempts to swindle millions of victims.

Judge Newman said, “It’s just unimaginable to me that you have done some of the things you have done,” “Whether it was you or someone you become when using drugs, or through the process of committing the crimes over and over during a period of years, I don’t know. I don’t even know who I am speaking to now.”

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