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Alex Murdaugh’s former law firm says he ‘lied and he stole from us’

“We were shocked and horrified to learn that Alex violated our principles and ethical rules. He lied and he stole from us,” said Peters, Murdaugh, Parker, Eltzroth & Detrick. said in a statement on their website. They said no member of the firm was aware of “Alex’s plan” or his drug abuse, which his lawyer acknowledged in an interview earlier this month on NBC’s “Today.”
The company also said it still has “lots of questions about Alex and what has come up recently” and promised to continue assisting law enforcement. The law firm previously announced Murdaugh had withdrawn in early September because of what was said was an improper use of funds.
Murdaugh, a once prominent South Carolina lawyer, was shot in the head on a roadway on Sept. 4, but survived. The 53-year-old later admitted to authorities that he conspired with 61-year-old Curtis Smith, a former client, to kill him as part of a suicide fraud, leaving his only surviving son could recover a life insurance payment of $ 10 million.
The Murdaugh family saga: a tangled web of secrets and murders

Murdaugh has since been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report.

The arrest comes about three months after Murdaugh called police to report that he had found his wife, Margaret, and the youngest son, Paul, shot dead in their home in Islandton.

In their statement, Murdaugh’s law firm also addressed the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division’s (SLED) criminal investigation into the death of Gloria Satterfield, a housekeeper for the Murdaugh family in February 2018, and the handling of her estate.

Satterfield died in 2018 in what was described as a “walking and falling accident” at the Murdaugh home, CNN has previously reported.

The company said it did not represent Murdaugh in that case, but “has read the media reports on the trial and the settlement following the death of Gloria Satterfield. If these reports are correct, we are amazed at what happened.”

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