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Immigration lawyer indicted

November 11, 2008|Associated Press

A federal grand jury has indicted a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement attorney and his wife on more than 70 new counts stemming from a scheme to adjust the status of immigrants.

ICE Assistant Chief Counsel Constantine Kallas, 38, and wife Maria Kallas, 39, both of Alta Loma, have pleaded not guilty to 75 counts.

Maria Kallas has been released on $200,000 bond; her husband remains in custody.

If convicted, they each face up to life in prison. Trial is slated to begin in March.

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