Skokie Man Busted for Impersonating a Lawyer

An interesting article in Skokie Patch:  “Many of his clients were very surprised that Malik wasn’t a lawyer,” Dart said. “Many people were happy with the results.”

“Depending on the case, Malik charged between $500 and $4,500 and only accepted cash, according to officials. Malik handled traffic cases, mortgage foreclosures and other low-level criminal cases in the Skokie, Bridgeview and Daley Center courts.”

“No one suspected anything for years because he did everything right – except obtain a law degree,”

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