An attorney convicted of charges related to hypnotizing several female clients and sexually assaulting them was sentenced to 12 years in prison.

Former clients claim they hired attorney Michael Fine to handle their divorce, but claim they were hypnotized during legal meetings and when they awoke from the hypnosis, their clothing was askew, and they had no memory of the encounter. Two alleged victims speak out for the first time.


Woman Claims Her Lawyer Used Hypnosis ‘So He Could Take Advantage Of Me Sexually And Emotionally’
‘I Think He Was Trying To Unethically Influence Me’ Says Judge Who Claims Lawyer May Have Hypnotized Her
‘I 100% Believe That I Was Drugged’ Claims Woman Whose Hypnotist-Lawyer Went To Prison On Kidnapping Charges
Hypnotherapist Describes Hypnosis As ‘A State Of Amplified Awareness’

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