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R. E. Agent Pleads Guilty for Defrauding Fannie Mae

Mortgage Fraud Blog. David Lyle Morgan, 53, Tamp, Florida has pleaded guilty to one count of bankruptcy fraud. According to the plea agreement, Morgan was a licensed realtor who entered into a contract with a homeowner to sell a property … Continue reading

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Man Pleads Guilty In Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Yant Garcia, 38, Hialeah, Florida pled guilty on September 5, 2018, to one count of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States. According to the plea document, beginning around 2012, and continuing through around 2015, … Continue reading

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Employee found guilty of charges of submitting a substituted urine sample during the administration of a random drug test

Employee found guilty of charges of submitting a substituted urine sample during the administration of a random drug testOATH Index No. 1880/18A New York City sanitation worker was served with disciplinary charges alleging that he had submitted a "substituted urine … Continue reading

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Trump likely safe after Cohen guilty plea, but Mueller report will be fodder for foes | Fox News

The Cohen pleas on the campaign finance law violations mean two things. First, it is unlikely Cohen has any information to offer Special Counsel Robert Mueller about allegations that Trump or his presidential campaign colluded with Russia to help Trump … Continue reading

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Manafort Is Not Only One Charged With Failing to File an FBAR. Los Angeles Man Pleads Guilty to Not Reporting over $1 Million Held in Israeli Offshore Accounts.

The Justice Department just publicized this plea relating to FBAR at the same time that Paul Manafort has a jury deciding whether or not he willfully failed to file an FBAR. This may satisfy some pundits who claim that no … Continue reading

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