A South Bend lawyer, who was disbarred for misleading clients and lying in court, has been indicted on several counts of forgery.
The Indiana supreme court revoked the law license of Rod Sniadecki in April of 2010 following a civil case against him.
He was accused of attempted loan fraud, bribery, forgery, perjury and attempted obstruction of justice.
According to the court, the once-prominent Michiana attorney was suspended from practicing law in 2007 for six months, but didn't tell all of his clients and lied about it in court.
Now, two years later, Sniadecki has been formally charged with three counts of forgery.
The felony charges came as a result of a request by prosecutor Michael Dvorak to convene a grand jury this week.
Sniadecki turned himself into the St. Joe county jail Friday after a warrant for his arrest was issued.
He has since posted bond and will be in court on Monday for an initial hearing.
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