Accountant given 10 years probation

Walker, James
May 2010
Burnet Bulletin (Texas);5/26/2010, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p1A
The article reports that accountant Shayne McBride of Burnet, Texas has filed a plea of guilty of misapplying of her client's money worth 50,000 dollars for personal use, but was given a probation period of 10 years by Judge Gil Jones of the 33rd State District Court.


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