A man described by authorities as one of Oregon's most prolific con men is back in jail after ignoring a federal judge who banned him from any real estate deals while he appeals a three-year prison sentence, media reports said. Prosecutors allege that since his federal conviction two years ago, Cleburne Jr. Brigham has run an illegal mortgage brokerage company, falsified loan documents and scammed hundreds of thousands of dollars, the Associated Press reported. Brigham, 57, was allowed to remain free while he appealed his sentence to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, AP reported. U.S. District Judge Ancer Haggerty, however, warned Brigham to comply with a state law banning him from acting as a mortgage broker, according to AP. But prosecutors said Brigham defied Haggerty's order ...
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