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Case continued for man accused of stealing $300K from law firm

Nigel Salmingo Nigel Salmingo

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A man suspected of stealing about $300,000 from a Honolulu law firm was scheduled to appear in court for a change of plea hearing on Wednesday.

In May, Nigel Salmingo pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of theft, money laundering and forgery.

Salmingo's case has been continued to another date.

Prosecutors say Salmingo stole the money while working as the firm's office manager to support a lavish lifestyle.

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