Caramadre is serving a six-year sentence in federal prison after admitting to a multimillion-dollar scheme in which his investors used the identities of terminally ill people to defraud insurance companies.
He pleaded guilty to fraud and conspiracy just days into what was supposed to be a months-long trial.
He unsuccessfully tried in the aftermath to withdraw the pleas, arguing ineffective assistance of counsel and that he was under emotional duress.
Caramadre did not contest the motion for disbarment filed by chief Supreme Court Disciplinary Counsel
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