Here’s How Much Johnny Sutton is Billing in UT Law Alleged Pay Fraud Case

Former U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton, now working in private practice in Austin, was hired to investigate alleged fraudulent activities by a former employee of the University of Texas School of Law.

Texas Lawyer used the Texas Public Information Act request to get a copy of the legal contract for the lawyer that the University of Texas system hired to investigate Jason Shoumaker, who faces six counts of tampering with a government record for allegedly falsifying his time sheets. Prosecutors claim he filled out time sheets claiming he was working in his job as facilities director at Texas Law during times that his credit card statements showed he was actually making travel charges to lavish vacation destinations like Las Vegas, Miami, St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands and more. Shoumaker was arrested and booked into jail on May 4; he bonded out May 7.

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Big Law Associate’s Life Ensnared in Austin Bomber’s Fate

As a bomber terrorized Austin this month, Big Law senior associate Liz Marcum had a very specific reason to be worried.

While law enforcement moved in on the suspect, Liz Marcum’s husband—Deputy U.S. Marshal Robert Marcum—was called in to track and apprehend the bomber.

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