A former Lynchburg attorney who specialized in elder law and estate planning has been sentenced to two years in prison for wire fraud and making false statements.  Federal prosecutors say 45-year-old Cherie Anne Washburn used money she fraudulently obtained to buy real estate and make donations to charities that her boss owned to make a favorable impression. They say Washburn also took $45,000 from one victim’s account and deposited it in her own after telling a mortgage lender she was the victim’s relative.