Criminal Wire Fraud Blog

Georgia State Representative Pleads Not Guilty to Mail and Wire Fraud

Georgia state representative Tyrone Brooks pleaded not guilty to charges of mail fraud, wire fraud, and filing false tax returns on May 22, 2013 before federal Magistrate Judge Alan Baverman.  Judge Baverman also set an unsecured bond of $25,000 and … Continue reading

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Alabama Real Estate Investors Sentenced for Mail Fraud

Department of Justice officials reported Monday that two Alabama real estate investors have been sentenced in Mobile U.S. District Court to nearly two years in prison for big rigging at public foreclosure auctions and mail fraud.  Robert M. Brannon of … Continue reading

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Former West Virginia Panel Attorney Sentenced for Wire Fraud

A Belington panel attorney, Lisa A. Weese, has been sentenced by United States District Judge John Preson Bailey to federal prison for billing the state of West Virginia for services that she did not perform.  Weese, who pleaded guilty in … Continue reading

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Brookwood Man Sentenced For Wire Fraud

According to the United States Attorney’s Office, over a two year period Huffman Earl Monk of Brookwood, AL paid over $220,000 in bribes as part of a fraud scheme that resulted in a $1 million loss to the government. Monk … Continue reading

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