A co-founder of "Students For Trump"during the 2016 presidential campaign was sentenced to 13 months in prison Tuesday for posing as a lawyer and scamming people out of thousands of dollars.
Prosecutors said 25-year-old John Tyler Lambert of Bristol, Tennessee, advertised himself on the internet as a prominent New York attorney with hundreds of clients and lured at least six individuals and corporations into paying him for work.
One victim drained a 401K account to pay Lambert for work that was never done, according to records.
The judge told Lambert "This crime took a lot of thought."
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