A Dover man pleaded guilty in federal court in Boston yesterday for his role in a scheme to launder drug money that allegedly involved a prominent criminal defense lawyer.
According to court documents, one of George’s former clients, Ronald Dardinski, told federal agents that the lawyer offered to launder money for him when the two crossed paths in February 2009.
Authorities allege that Dardinski, working secretly with the Drug Enforcement Agency, later asked George to help him launder drug proceeds, and the lawyer arranged for him to deliver the money to Hansen, the former owner of the Dedham-based company East Coast Mortgage, which he dissolved in 2010.
Court records indicate that Hansen accepted $100,000 payments in December 2009 and August 2010 and that Hansen later gave Dardinski an $80,000 check after each delivery
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