A SOLICITOR alleged to have defrauded a client of more than $1 million was again remanded in jail yesterday. Choi Sze-fai, 32, was charged by the ICAC with two counts each of theft and uttering a forged document. No pleas were taken. Choi had already spent a week in custody after his bail was revoked by magistrate Mr Yung Yiu-wing in Eastern Court on December 31 following an application by the Crown. He was brought back to court before magistrate Mr Michael Hill yesterday as he had indicated he wanted to appear in court each week. Choi is accused of stealing $918,376 owed to Mr Tsui Lap-lung. The money was allegedly stolen on June 21, 1991, and July 4, 1991. It is also alleged that between February 22 and March 1, 1990, he uttered a forged document purporting to be a counsel's fee note in respect of a High Court action in the amount of $98,000 with intent to defraud. He was further accused of uttering a similar forged document on November 29, 1989, in respect of a High Court action in the amount of $97,000. Choi was remanded in jail until March 4. The accused had originally been granted bail of $20,000 cash and a $30,000 surety.