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Attorney charged with using fellow lawyer's identity in passport fraud

March 16, 2012 |  4:12 pm

A Palm Desert attorney was indicted this week on charges of applying for a passport using another lawyer’s name, federal prosecutors said.

Warren David Camp, 47, a Canadian citizen, made the false application in August 2009, prosecutors said.

He was indicted Wednesday on charges of making a false statement in a passport application, making materially false statements to the U.S. State Department and false representation of another person's Social Security number.

Camp faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison for the passport fraud charges and five years each for the false statement and false representation charges.

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