Lawyer Wrongly Accused of Having Sex With Prison Inmate

A Maryland lawyer was recently accused by state prison officials of having sex with an inmate. Turns out that the amorous “lawyer” had forged business cards and a bar identification card, which enabled her to gain “access” to the inmate in question. Turns out the attorney, Amanda Sprehn, had a pretty good alibi. She was at home watching her baby and her sister’s children. The culprit, one Tiffany Weaver, has been charged with seven counts of forgery, fraud and identity theft. There does not appear to be any logical reason why Ms. Weaver chose to impersonate Ms. Sprehn. Very odd, but that’s Maryland.

Share
One Response to Lawyer Wrongly Accused of Having Sex With Prison Inmate
  1. December 25, 2006 | 4:30 pm

    […] Lawyer Wrongly Accused of Having Sex With Prison InmateLawyer Wrongly Accused of Having Sex With Prison Inmate Posted December 23rd, 2006 by Mark Jakubik Categories: Identity theft A Maryland lawyer was… […]