UPDATE FEB. 13: Attorney Robert Graham's professional insurance company says Graham lied to them. And because of those lies, the insurer claims it doesn't have to pay anything to hundreds of former clients.
New records in his bankruptcy case show the insurance policy was supposed to cover $2 million in claims against his law firm.
Court documents show nearly 400 people are looking for a payout for possible malpractice on Graham's part.
But the company claims Graham falsified his application for insurance in December 2015.
At the time, he denied knowing any "circumstance, situation, act, error or omission" that could lead to a claim against him. But the records point to the criminal indictment against Graham, charging him with theft as far back as July 2013.
The insurance company says that means Graham's policy should be rescinded and no coverage available.
UPDATE JAN. 10: A Las Vegas lawyer who's behind bars on multiple criminal charges made his first appearance in court Tuesday.