The Denver Post-
A foreclosure lawyer whose firm is under state investigation for alleged bill-padding also faces federal discipline for misrepresenting documents she used to take someone’s Colorado Springs home.
Attorney Toni M.N. Dale of Medved Dale Decker & Deere in Lakewood was referred for discipline last month by a federal judge for wrongly certifying that copies of a bank’s promissory note — required for any foreclosure in Colorado — were “true and correct” when, in fact, she had never seen the originals at all.
Additionally, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge A. Bruce Campbell said in a written order that not only was Dale’s certification in 2011 to the El Paso County public trustee — the overseer of foreclosures in that county — untrue, but so was her verification to the bankruptcy court about the same records.