Former San Antonio attorney Christopher “Chris” Pettit was a “one-stop shop for fraud,” an attorney representing the trustee overseeing Pettit’s bankruptcy case said Monday.
“Basically, this case involved trusts, it involved filing a tax, it involved probate, it involved personal injury,” attorney Patrick Huffstickler told U.S. Chief Bankruptcy Judge Craig Gargotta during a hearing. “He was a licensed financial adviser, so it involved investments. So there are a lot of documents.
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