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April 2013 Archives

Tax fraud trial underway

A tax fraud scheme that reportedly lasted from January 2009 to January 2013 is bring considered in federal court. Of the 12 defendants indicted in the case, one has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges. The scheme consisted of fraudulent returns being filed after the defendants allegedly collected people's personal information, filed the tax returns and had the refunds deposited into bank accounts accessible to them.

Conspiracy indictment handed down to Georgia Language school

School officials at a Duluth school are facing charges of bringing immigrants into the country to work at local businesses under the guise of hosting them as international students at the school. The federal crimes charged include conspiracy, falsifying documents, fraudulently charging tuition and undermining the purpose of a US student visa.

Tax season yields criminal indictments

Every year, billions of dollars' worth of fraudulent tax returns are filed, creating thousands of federal criminal cases. A recent federal grand jury charged 12 people with over a hundred counts related to tax violations. The indictments allege that the group obtained personal information from medical records, like patients' social security numbers, names and dates of birth.

Bad behavior yields GA woman extra fraud charges

When a criminal indictment comes down, it is a natural reaction to look for ways to get the charges dropped. Whether an attorney can help achieve a not guilty verdict or something happens in court to make the case get thrown out, a way out is understandably desirable. But one Georgia woman facing fraud charges is being dealt additional fraud charges after forging a judge's signature in the midst of her court cases.

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