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Husband and wife face mortgage fraud charges

It can be a very serious matter when a person is accused of being involved in a mortgage fraud scheme. A person can face serious criminal charges in connection to such an allegation.

This can be seen in a federal mortgage fraud case from Minnesota. The case involves a 51-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman. The two reportedly are from Minnesota and are husband and wife. The two have been accused of having been involved in a mortgage fraud scheme.

Sentence issued in federal drug case

Being accused of having been involved in a drug trafficking scheme can lead to an individual facing severe consequences. Serious criminal charges can be brought against an individual if he or she is accused of having been a part of such a scheme. If a person is convicted of these types of charges, he or she can be given major criminal penalties.

This can be seen in a federal drug case from Georgia in which a sentence was recently issued. The case involved a 45-year-old man from Georgia. The man was accused of having been the leader of a drug trafficking ring. Authorities claim that the ring had 13 members. Allegedly, the ring distributed Oxycodone in several states.

Two Miami men sentenced in Medicare fraud case

Being accused of being involved in a Medicare fraud scheme can be a very serious allegation. Serious criminal charges can be brought against a person in connection to such an accusation. If a person is convicted of these kinds of charges, he or she can be given serious criminal punishments. Such punishments can have major impacts on an individual's life.

Recently, sentences were issued in a health care fraud case from Florida. The case involves a 48-year-old man and a 43-year-old man. These two men are from Miami. According to authorities, the two men were owners of a physical therapy company in Lakeland. The two were accused of being part of a Medicare fraud scheme.

Woman found guilty in mortgage fraud case

Major criminal charges can be brought against a person if he or she is accused of engaging in a mortgage fraud scheme. A person can face serious potential consequences if he or she is found guilty of mortgage fraud-related charges.

Recently, a jury reached its verdict in a federal mortgage fraud case from New Jersey. The case involves a 51-year-old woman from New York. The woman was accused of running a mortgage fraud scheme. The scheme allegedly involved seven properties in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Authorities claim that the woman obtained $1.2 million through the scheme.

Man accused of engaging in Medicare fraud

It can be a very serious matter when a person is accused of having engaged in a Medicare fraud scheme. A person can face serious criminal charges in connection to such an allegation. This can be seen in a federal fraud case that has recently arisen in Pennsylvania.

The case involves a 49-year-old man from Pennsylvania who operated a hospice-care business. The man has been accused of having engaged in a health care fraud scheme.

Man and woman accused of oil spill fund fraud

Authorities can be very aggressive in their enforcement efforts against fraud schemes. A person can face major criminal charges if he or she is accused of having engaged in such a scheme.

This can be seen in a criminal fraud case from Florida. The case involves a 51-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman. According to the Sun Sentinel article which reported this story, these two individuals are from Delray Beach. The two have been accused of having engaged in a fraud scheme.

Florida man receives sentence in Medicare fraud case

Being accused of being involved in a Medicare fraud scheme can lead to a person facing serious consequences. Major criminal charges can be brought against a person in connection to such an accusation. The punishments a person can receive if he or she is convicted of these types of charges can be quite severe.

This can be seen in a federal criminal fraud case from Georgia in which a sentence was recently issued. The case involved a 52-year-old man. According to the Savannah Morning News article which reported this story, the man is from Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Charges brought against several in Florida mortgage fraud case

It can be a very serious matter when a person is accused of being involved in a mortgage fraud scheme. Major criminal charges can be brought against an individual in connection to such an allegation. A person can be given severe punishments if he or she is convicted of such charges.

Recently, a mortgage fraud case has arisen in Florida. The case involves 20 individuals. The ages of these individuals range from 25 to 75. According to the Miami Herald article which reported this story, many of these individuals are from Miami.

Man and woman plead guilty in Medicare fraud case in Florida

Serious criminal charges can be brought against an individual if he or she is accused of being involved in a health care fraud scheme. If a person is convicted of these types of charges, he or she can receive serious punishments, such as a jail sentence. Such punishments can have major impacts on a person.

Recently, guilty pleas were submitted in a health care fraud case from Florida. The case involves a 44-year-old woman and a 26-year-old man. The man and the woman are both from the Miami area. The two were accused of having played roles in a scheme to fraudulently bill Medicare.

Man sentenced in mortgage fraud case

Being accused of being involved in a mortgage fraud scheme can lead to a person facing serious consequences. If a person is convicted of charges related to mortgage fraud, he or she can receive major criminal punishments, such as a jail sentence.

This can be seen in a federal criminal fraud case from California in which a sentence was recently issued. The case involved a 53-year-old man from Beverly Hills, California who worked as a mortgage banker. The man was accused of being part of a fraud scheme.

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