After his Long Island, N.Y., home burned in 2008, attorney George Guldi received an $853,000 check from his insurance company.
But it was made payable both to the former Suffolk County legislator and the lender that held a $1.4 million mortgage on his home, reports the East Hampton Star.
Now, in a trial in Suffolk County Supreme Court this week, Guldi is defending himself, pro se, against charges that he committed insurance fraud by endorsing the check to himself and cashing it.
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