A Hot Springs lawyer accused of scheming with another man to illegally obtain a $300,000 bank loan is pleading not guilty in the federal case. W. David Goldman was indicted in US District Court on counts including conspiracy to file a false loan application, bank loan application fraud, and money laundering. The indictment accuses Goldman of conspiring in 1998 with Patrick Miller, former owner and operator of Miller Marine of Hot Springs, to file a false loan application with Merchants and Planters Bank of Sparkman, then divert the money to Goldman`s client trust account. A U.S. Magistrate set an October 25th trial date for Goldman. Acting U.S. Attorney William M. Cromwell said Miller has already been convicted and served a prison sentence for the crimes.