Wire Fraud

Some articles on wire fraud, wire, fraud:

Sun Cruz Casinos Sale (2000) - Bankruptcy, Investigations and Indictments
... a Miami federal court to one count each of conspiracy and wire fraud, each of which carries a possible sentence of five years in prison ... sent to the lenders a counterfeit copy of a wire funds transfer notification, reflecting that $23 million had been transferred from the account of Leak, Inc ... both financial statements, and the counterfeit copy of the wire funds transfer, deciding to approve and fund the loan ...
Jack Abramoff Scandals
... On January 3, 2006, Abramoff pled guilty to three felony counts conspiracy, fraud, and tax evasion (Abramoff owes the Internal Revenue Service $1.7 million for that charge) ... Chief of Staff, Neil Volz pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, including wire fraud and violating House rules ... on August 11, 2005, by a grand jury in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for bank fraud arising from the purchase of SunCruz Casinos ...
Cutter & Buck - Wire Fraud
... Lowber, pled guilty to felony wire fraud relating to lying about the company's revenue in 2000 ...
Danbury Trashers - History - Controversy and End of The Trashers
... One of the charges that pertained directly to the Trashers was wire fraud, which resulted from the interstate faxing of fraudulent salary cap documents ... the salary cap former head coach Stirling was also charged with wire fraud ... the Internal Revenue Service, and one count of conspiring to commit wire fraud ...
Skeptoid - Biography - Wire Fraud Case
... jury indicted Dunning on charges of wire fraud ... in San Jose, CA federal court, as part of a plea agreement, Dunning plead guilty to wire fraud ... The largest penalty for committing wire fraud is 20 years in prison ...

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