Another attorney-at-law is under investigation for fraud.
Attorney Khadine Dixon was charged Thursday afternoon by Fraud Squad detectives on several counts of fraud, including Demanding Property, Obtaining Money Under False Pretences and Conspiracy.
She was picked up at her office at Parkington Plaza in St. Andrew.
Mrs Dixon is charged jointly with her husband, attorney Jerome Dixon, for defrauding foreigners of US$74,000 in a real estate deal between 2017 and 2018.
Her husband was charged last year by the Fraud Squad for forging the signature of a judge in the Supreme Court and the registrar.
The judge had ruled against the law firm operated by the Dixons in a civil matter in 2018.
The firm was also sued by the overseas based individuals.
It's alleged that Mr. Dixon forged the judge's formal order and took the documents to the Titles Office in a bid to transfer a property in the dispute.
Investigators are now saying that his wife was part of the conspiracy to forge the documents.
Mrs Dixon, who has been released on $400,000 station bail, is booked to appear before the St. Andrew Parish Court on June 20.
Mr. Dixon is to appear in court in September.