John G. Martin was quoted in the September 10, 2019 Newsday article entitled, “Former CFO from LI pleads guilty to stealing from Manhasset real estate firm.”
The article reported Kwesi Bovell, the former CFO of the Mulholland Group, a Manhasset, New York-based real estate firm, plead guilty to a count of wire fraud in federal court. Mr. Bovell faces up to 20 years in prison when sentenced as well as restitution and a fine.
John G. Martin, who represented the Mulholland Group, stated “Ms. Kennedy Mulholland is pleased that Bovell’s years long life of fraud, theft and betrayal has finally caught up with him and that he will soon be heading to prison.” Regarding Mr. Bovell’s impending sentencing he stated “The maximum sentence he faces is 20 years, and that is surely what he deserves for his shocking betrayal of Royce Mulholland, who trusted Bovell with responsibility for the financial arm of Royce’s life’s work, The Mulholland Group, an entity dedicated to providing low-income housing for underprivileged communities.”
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