I have an interesting series of questions to ask. First the
Good Afternoon,I have an interesting series of questions to ask.First the background;I was convicted on one count conspiracy to commit bank fraud for which I was sentenced to 41 months in prison and ordered to pay 700K+ in restitution. I have served my sentence and am now on probation. I am paying $200 a month on that restitution amount. I have never missed a payment.My former business partners testified against me. They are now embroiled in a federal bankruptcy case stemming from their behavior during the time that my crime (supposedly) was committed.An involuntary bankruptcy proceeding was initiated a few years ago, shortly after my sentencing. This proceeding also contains an adversarial proceeding initiated by the bankruptcy trustee in which she lays out a federal RICO allegation. One of the predicates within the RICO allegation is that my former business partners lied to the creditor (bank) about my behavior which in turned caused the bank to sue me and my federal bank fraud case to be initiated. The allegation is that my former business partners knew the bank would pass along their false statements to the justice department thus hindering the justice department's investigation as well as the bank's potential recovery of assets. There are (at least) eight other predicates called out within the adversarial proceeding.I maintained that I had no criminal intent and I did not benefit from the conspiracy. There were no other “conspirators” indicted.The case has been litigated in federal bankruptcy court and the judge has the case under advisement since December 19, 2015. The trustee expects a ruling soon.I can answer any questions you may have in order to clarify this further.My first question isIf the judge decides against my former business partners and all creditors are made whole do I still owe restitution?
I mailed her the "bill of sale" so I could gain
Hi Richard! I mailed her the "bill of sale" so I could gain full ownership of the business though she played me, and while she still had access to things, she's blocked me out of my email account, I can't sign in to my business email. She has sold our company's catering truck (that had been put in her name, though a declared asset of the company and had the check written to someone else) she's now holding my company phone, paperwork and inventory hostage. Please help!
One of my aestheticians who left on her own was in a
One of my aestheticians who left on her own was in a satellite. We're now finding she did treatments and didn't record payment. One former patient told our new aesthetician that she was told to pay in cash. We have no record on chart of payments on 2 patients each three treatmentsWe have just found out last weekShe left in early June after 2-3 years
I have a cooperation and I have conducted an internal audit
I have a cooperation and I have conducted an internal audit and realized that my partner states he has paid the bills sign the receipts paid but receipts have not been paid... We have over due balances with different suppliers we open september8, 2015 in that year we have made a gross income of 1.3 millilion ... And as of 2016 we have made a gross income of 365118. There is no money in the business and I constantly have to pull money from my personal assists... He says he has paid but there are many accounts that's not the case those he has signed the receipts that he has paid... What are my options
I was looking to see if a lawyer can be put on retainer
Hi Pearl, I was looking to see if a lawyer can be put on retainer where we pay a monthly amount.JA: The Fraud Examiner will know what to do. Please tell me everything you can so the Fraud Examiner can help you best.Customer: I had money in the bank and bank employees remover the money and invested it without telling me about it. My story is long and several bank employees were involved.JA: Is there anything else the Fraud Examiner should be aware of?Customer: Like what? It is to long of a story to fit this space.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 Fraud Examiner about your situation and then connect you two.