With the clock ticking on possible further indictments in the $1.4 billion Scott Rothstein Ponzi case, a major figure in the affair has been charged with conspiracy this morning.
How is it that time and again Ponzi schemers are able to fool so many of us, whether we’re actual investors or just the bystanders who took their fraudulent business as legitimate?
Randolph, NJ police arrested an off-duty Parsippany, NJ police officer on suspicion of driving drunk.
Of Canada’s fifteen thousand federal inmates, 20% are over the age of 50. This figure is subject to increase, due to the length of the average life sentence and the current rate at which Canadian criminals are being incarcerated.
From The Republic comes news that Michael Stein, a pharmacist and owner of Pharmacy Matters in Iowa City, Iowa, was acquitted yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa on charges of allegedly fraudulently billing Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield for drugs for hemophilia patients.
A Riverdale, NJ man pleaded not guilty to charges that he attacked students at a Massachusetts college.
Despite the relative freedom law enforcement officials have to gather evidence, prosecutors and defense counsel alike are limited as to what information they can introduce into evidence at trial.
A Long Island woman has decided to admit responsibility for carrying out a $6.9 million Ponzi scheme. Within the framework of a plea deal with federal prosecutors, 39-year-old Laurie Schneider, a resident of Oceanside, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in US District Court on Friday.