Posted Feb 15, 2012 07:42 pm CST
A suspended lawyer who served on a Manhattan jury that convicted four tax-shelter fraud defendants was ordered arrested when she failed to show up today for a hearing into her alleged failure to disclose information during voir dire.
One of the convicted defendants is lawyer Paul Daugerdas, who once headed the Chicago office at the now closed law firm of Jenkens & Gilchrist, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports. Daugerdas is seeking a new trial based partly on claims that the juror failed to tell the court she is a suspended lawyer with an arrest record. His motion says she is on probation for two misdemeanor shoplifting charges.