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No jail after plea in ID fraud case

A Hingham resident held under house arrest for the past year while facing multiple fraud and false-identity allegations will not face jail time after pleading guilty to two charges, a judge decided Monday.

According to the clerk’s office at Plymouth Superior Court in Brockton, Wanpen Florentine pleaded guilty to applying for a false license and to one charge of mortgage fraud. Seven other counts of mortgage fraud were dismissed.

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