Former citizenship coordinator in San Jose charged with theft and impersonating a lawyer
By Tracey Kaplan, Mercury News Article Launched: 12/18/2008 05:54:05 PM PST
(exerpt from the article)
"A former employee of a San Jose nonprofit has been charged with stealing from Spanish-speaking clients whom he was supposed to assist in filling out citizenship and immigration documents.
Jose Mario Campos, 66, of San Jose, also faces charges that he told some clients who came to Sacred Heart Community Service that he was a lawyer, embellishing on his actual position as a part-time citizenship coordinator. Sacred Heart, an interfaith agency, fired Campos in September after three years at the agency. . .
Those who think they have been victims in this matter should call Gary Medlin at the district attorney's office at (408) 792-2917."
**If you EVER have questions or concerns about the legal services that you have received, contact your local District Attorney.