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A Toronto woman accused of conspiring to steal from a Holocaust survivors’ fund has pleaded not guilty to fraud charges in a U.S. court. Read CBC Story
Luba Kramrish, a client of Toronto criminal lawyer, David Rose, was released on a $100,000 US personal recognizance bond; $5,000 was to be paid in cash and co-signed.
“Ms. Kramrish looks forward to making full answer and defence to the charges,” Rose, a partner with Neuberger Rose LLP, says in the CBC story.