U.S. ex-administrative law judge gets prison for $550 million scheme.. He was sentenced in absentia in July to 12 years in prison.. mail fraud and wire fraud charges by a federal jury in.
BALTIMORE – A 35-year-old Philadelphia man was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for bank fraud and aggravated identity theft in connection with a scheme to use stolen personal identities to open bank accounts and fraudulently obtain cash, merchandise and services.
Actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced Friday to 14 days in prison for paying to rig her daughter’s university entrance exams, a narrow victory for prosecutors in the college admissions case who.
A Kentucky man will spend the next 12 years in federal prison for leading a spectacularly massive scheme that involved defrauding the Internal Revenue Service of $53 million, bribing senior bank.
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A disbarred Kentucky lawyer who called himself "Mr. Social Security" faces 27 years in prison after he pleaded guilty on Monday to charges stemming from his role in a 0 million disability fraud.
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‘Vortex of fraud’ lands bank scam artist 12 years in prison. Reuters. Jun. 4, 2015, 5:20 PM. A Kentucky businessman was sentenced on Thursday to 12 years in federal prison for a series of.
Massachusetts Man Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Mortgage Fraud Scheme. the defendants participated in a conspiracy to obtain $10.6 million in mortgage loan proceeds by fraud. The scheme involved the use straw buyers, inflated purchase prices and documents containing numerous false.
Home price stall-out spreads from lower-priced homes to higher end They can’t rely on large spreads in local newspapers, as they do with lower-priced homes. a high net worth. And the firm uses its Web site extensively; Kirk sold a $15 million home last year as a.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – A federal judge has sentenced Eric C. Conn to an additional 15 years in prison, meaning the disbarred eastern Kentucky attorney could spend much of the next three decades.
that every five years, people in Medicare have a required counseling session. colleagues to cut government costs by reducing the amount the government will spend in subsidies to make health care.
‘Kentuckyana Jones’ to spend 33 months in prison, repay $1.4M in bank fraud case. the consequences of what federal prosecutors said was a scheme to swindle at least six banks by obtaining loans.