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Embezzlement JA: The Criminal Lawyer will need to help you
EmbezzlementJA: The Criminal Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yet, just doing research.JA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: Not yet charged...was fired 6 months ago and was told if I continued to help the company until they found a replacement they would not press charges. Was asked to provide a payment plan, and have been making payments each month. But I recently received a notice from my bank that a search warrant was issued for my records.JA: OK. The Criminal Lawyer will need to help you with this. Is there anything else the Criminal Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: No, that's really all the information I have at this time so I just wanted to do some research to read other people's stories, questions, outcomes. It's my first offense and outside of some speeding tickets, I have never been in trouble before.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Criminal Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I may be getting charged (not sure if that's the correct term)
I may be getting charged (not sure if that's the correct term) for misappropriation of company property (fraud, larceny, embezzlement not sure which applies). I know there was a large contingency of my old company in a meeting to today at a customer that would've been affected and people I know there have been oddly quiet. I am out of state supporting my dad during a surgical procedure with my expected return home to be late Sunday night. My questions are if the result of this meeting was an intent to charge me, how/when will it happen? Police will serve me or arrest me? Police are actively pursuing me and I don't even know it? My wife and kids won't know anything about this. So should I immediately get home?Thank you for your help.
Is the following charge a Violation of the Racketeering Influenced
Is the following charge a Violation of the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) 18 u.s.c. 1961?..........18:1952-7400.F RACKETEERING - TRANSPORTING IN AID OFDisposition: 30 months imprisonment; 3 years supervised release; $2,000 fine; and $100.00 special assessment
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If a package was delivered to your address. Has my address
If a package was delivered to your address. Has my address listed on it but the name on it was for someone else only the addressed matched yours it illegal to open?Example. A package addressed tojoin ********* *****Chicago IL 60601And my address is***** *****Chicago IL 60601But I'm not John *****Is it still illegal to open. And if so can I sue someone for opening my mail delivered to there address?
I am being faced with an embezzlement charge for $15000 and
I am being faced with an embezzlement charge for $15000 and I worked the hours for the client but is lying and saying I never did. Is it possible for me to just pay the money and get probation. I've been in business for 26 years and I've never had a problem. I don't wAnt this hinder my business. I'm please adviseJA: My brothers got into lots of trouble with the law when they were young. The Criminal Lawyer will know how to get you the best outcome. Anything else I can tell the Criminal Lawyer before I connect you two?Customer: No. That's fineJA: I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Criminal Lawyer about your situation and connect you two.
Recently sent in information on embezzlement charges against
recently sent in information on embezzlement charges against me I notic that the bank I used have my new ssn, and the charges was filed on my old ssn. I never used my old ssn on this bank that I supposed to have embezzle money from. They took a bookin photo of me when I was sent to the jail to bail out. they did not use that photo but used one on my old driver licensure picture. my bank at that time had my new ssn that was issue through the federal building 20 years ago. they file charges under the old number.
My stepson pleaded guilty, in November 2015, to one count of
My stepson pleaded guilty, in November 2015, to one count of CSC 3 in Michigan (the other 5 counts were dropped). The plea deal involved that he plead guilty and in return he accepted a 1-15 year sentence with the possibility of parole after 1 year (he is currently incarcerated at a MDOC facility). Three computers and three cell phones were confiscated as evidence from his home. His wife had no knowledge of the crime.The State of Michigan sent him paper work threatening to seize 90% of his assests. His wife and two children are still currently living in the house. The house has about $30,000 in equity. They have essentially no other money or real property. But they do have $20,000 in credit card debt and a student loan.I loaned him $230,000 and he has repaid me about $103,000 of that from his 401K's.I live in Florida.1. Does the State of Michigan have any legal right to his assests?2. Is the money he repaid me in any jeopardy? The balance of $127,000 I had to refinance with my existing mortgage. (I have POA for him and a notorized promissory note for the $200,000 of the total amount).Ron
This has to do with appealing a sentence after pleaView more criminal law questions
Hi,This has to do with appealing a sentence after plea agreement.A business owner I know was charged with a federal crime (NC Western District), signed a plea agreement, plead guilty, and was just given a prison sentence. I am certain he is innocent, and that he plead guilty under duress.A lot of money was stolen from customers (they sent money but never got orders), and the owner was charged (wire fraud). The money actually went to an employee that embezzled from the company and had nearly complete control of the company. I believe the owner feared retaliation from the embezzler if he did not plead guilty. The embezzler is likely being investigated, but nothing about the embezzlement is mentioned in the charges against the owner. The owner's attorney and judge likely did not know. However, the U.S. Attorney either knew or should have known.The owner also very likely would have had a good faith defense (e.g. over the time he ran the business, 99% of customers got their orders, and when he regained control he immediately cut his salary and looked into ways of orderly shutting down the company when he regained control).Here is what I am hoping to find out: How many days would he have if we was willing to appeal? If he did appeal, about how much time might it buy him before he had to state what happened? Is there a way to avoid going to jail while an appeal is processing? If he was unwilling to appeal, for fear of his safety, are there any other options that might prevent him from going to jail?Thank you in advance for any information you may be able to provide.