CAC gets on track in wake of fraud

Go San Angelo-'The judge may have thought a crime is more heinous' if committed against a nonprofit, said Charles P. Bubany, an adjunct law professor at Texas Tech University. 'He may have thought taking money from a particular cause was a particularly bad crime.'

SAN ANGELO, Texas —In its 10th audit since last March, the Children's Advocacy Center of Tom Green County's documentation was called perfect, its operations "sophisticated."

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"The judge may have thought a crime is more heinous" if committed against a nonprofit, said Charles P. Bubany, an adjunct law professor at Texas Tech University. "He may have thought taking money from a particular cause was a particularly bad crime."

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