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Carlisle attorney Rominger surrenders law license

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CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) -

Karl Rominger, the Carlisle attorney who's under investigation for allegedly misappropriating client funds, has surrendered his license to practice law in Pennsylvania.

Rominger voluntarily surrendered his license Thursday, according to Cumberland County District Attorney Dave Freed.

Freed's office is investigating whether Rominger stole $150,000 in client money.

The effective date of his license surrender will be determined by a state Supreme Court disciplinary board, Freed said, and if his license is suspended Rominger will have 30 days to close his practice.

No charges have been filed against Rominger, and he may continue to practice law for now.

Rominger was one of Jerry Sandusky's attorneys during his child sexual abuse trial in 2012.

Court records indicate he also owes $308,000 to the IRS because he failed to pay income taxes eight times between 2000 and 2010.

 

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