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December 2013 Archives

Two arraigned in alleged identity theft scheme targeting students

According to the U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Georgia, two people have been arraigned for charges concerning an alleged identity theft scheme for obtaining thousands of dollars from medical and law students. Both face charges of aggravated identity theft, tampering with computers and documents, conspiracy to commit bank fraud; the 27-year-old female defendant also faces charges of computer fraud.

Atlanta woman facing fraud charges, allegedly stole police car

It is possible that hardworking people make mistakes when in the heat of the moment. However, before these mistakes turn into criminal offenses, Georgia residents should consider the possible penalties they could incur, such as jail time and fines and how these consequences can affect the rest of their life.

Police ask for help finding four credit card fraud suspects

To Atlanta residents, it often seems that every day brings an alarming new report about identity theft. The public is getting frightened of the problem and is pressuring the authorities to do something about it. Lawmakers are pushing for tougher laws and police are looking for more powerful investigative tools. And in all this turmoil, people can end up facing serious penalties for engaging in identity theft.

Nurse facing fraud charges and jail time

Even though everyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, mere accusations and a federal investigation can often send someone's career into a tailspin. Health care fraud allegations, a form of fraud allegations, should be taken as seriously as any other criminal offense and should be countered as aggressively as possible. If the accused is a health care provider, allegations may be enough to taint their career and make it difficult for them to perform their duties.

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