California Judge Accused of Stealing From Elderly Neighbor

Judge Paul Seeman, 58, resigned from the bench after grand theft and other felony charges.
0:50 | 03/22/13

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A man of the law finds out he's not above the law he's a judge in Alameda County California and he's leaving the bench after being charged for stealing from an elderly couple should judge Paul -- may take the prize to the world's worst neighbor at three offered to help his elderly neighbors manage their money and then according to prosecutors Steve trotted them out of millions. Prosecutors say the judge sold the property of an 86 year old and netting after her husband died in 1999. -- Then put his name on her bank accounts. He's also accused of trying to bar her from our own house and taking a parking space in the garage. Judge -- was on leave after being arrested in his own chambers last June but that resisted resigning until now. The judge faces multiple felony charges his first court hearing is on April 18.

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