|By Paul Walsh, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
According to prosecutors for the U.S. attorney's office:
From 2007 until
The money he lured from his clients went toward payments to himself and his wife, paying expenses on personal investment properties and personal credit card bills, buying a vehicle, traveling to
The indictment also called on Meadows to forfeit to the federal government a range of possessions: Rolex watches, a pleasure boat, a 1968 Camaro, and real estate in
While Larsen said it's too early to say whether a plea agreement is possible, "We don't anticipate having substantial differences [of opinion] in the case. There are some areas of disagreement. If we need to hammer these out in the courtroom, that's what we are prepared to do."
In the meantime, Meadows remains free, having been charged by summons, his attorney said.
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