Attorney Eric Conn invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Oct. 7, 2013, in Washington. Conn pleaded guilty March 24 to stealing from the Social Security Administration and paying bribes to a judge. On Tuesday, he was ordered to pay $31 million in restitution and penalties to the federal government and two whistle-blowers.
Attorney Eric Conn invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Oct. 7, 2013, in Washington. Conn pleaded guilty March 24 to stealing from the Social Security Administration and paying bribes to a judge. On Tuesday, he was ordered to pay $31 million in restitution and penalties to the federal government and two whistle-blowers. Evan Vucci AP
Attorney Eric Conn invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Oct. 7, 2013, in Washington. Conn pleaded guilty March 24 to stealing from the Social Security Administration and paying bribes to a judge. On Tuesday, he was ordered to pay $31 million in restitution and penalties to the federal government and two whistle-blowers. Evan Vucci AP

Eric Conn ordered to pay $31 million to government, whistle-blowers in fraud case

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