wire fraud

Business Owner Pleads Guilty to $1.5 Million Fraud Scheme

by ParkmanLawFirm April 3, 2013 Criminal Law

The owner of Peak Management, JonPaul Edward Sauer, waived his right to a federal grand jury on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in front of United States District Judge Greg Kays.  In doing so, Sauer admitted that he engaged in a wire fraud scheme from February 1, 2007 […]

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Man Charged in $5 million Investment Fraud Scheme

by ParkmanLawFirm March 14, 2013 Criminal Law

Authorities arrested a Glen Rock, New York resident on March 7th and charged him for his contributions in an investment fraud scheme that defrauded 15 different victims out of over $5 million.  Also arrested was an alleged co-conspirator who was also involved in the phony real-estate investment deals, including schemes involving an Atlantic City casino […]

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Investment Brokers Found Guilty of Mail and Wire Fraud

by ParkmanLawFirm March 7, 2013 Criminal Law

A federal jury returned its verdict following a four-week trial that has found two Albany based investment brokers guilty of swindling millions of dollars from their clients. Timothy McGinn, 64, was found guilty of 27 counts of mail fraud and wire fraud, as well as filing false tax returns. David Smith, who is 67, was also found guilty […]

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Illinois Woman Found Guilty of Wire Fraud and Embezzlement

by ParkmanLawFirm February 12, 2013 Criminal Law

A press release from United States attorney Stephen Wiggington confirms that Madison, IL woman Amy Shelby has been indicted by a grand jury on charges related to her use of commercial credit cards while she was the manager of Oakmont Mini-Storage.  The indictment took place in July 2012 after the storage company’s owner, James Green […]

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Alabama Real Estate Attorney Guilty of Mortgage Fraud

by ParkmanLawFirm January 17, 2013 Criminal Law

A veteran attorney in Birmingham, Alabama has pleaded guilty to wire fraud for his role in a criminal mortgage fraud scheme.  On January 7, 2013, the United States Attorney in Birmingham unsealed the criminal charges against Attorney Kelvin Davis, which allege Davis engaged in mortgage fraud in his position as the closing attorney on numerous […]

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Stockbroker Embezzles from Client in Wire Fraud Scheme

by ParkmanLawFirm January 6, 2013 Criminal Law

A former stockbroker in Washington recently pled guilty to criminal wire fraud and filing false tax returns, and has now been sentenced to federal prison.  The criminal wire fraud scheme to which he pled is believed to have included stealing significant money from a brokerage client whose money he was entrusted to manage. At sentencing […]

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