Which law enforcement agency investigates crimes in which
Which law enforcement agency investigates crimes in which there is an Internet component (as in crimes the internet was used for communication and perhaps victim intimidation)? As I understand it it is federal jurisdiction. So my question is which agency or department would investigate it?
I am a medical doctor. A friend of mine who is also a
I am a medical doctor. A friend of mine who is also a medical doctor told me that he was suffering from PTSD. He prepared a letter to two separate lawyers claiming that he was suffering from PTSD. After consulting with him regarding his medical condition I signed off on the letter to the attorneys. It is my understanding that he intended to apply for SSDI with the social security office. However his primary attorney was not completely convinced that he had sufficient evidence to be granted SSDI and thereafter advised him not to submit the letter to the social security office simply based upon my medical recommendation.. The letter in question was mailed from my office to the lawyers office. Is the doctor who wanted to apply to SS for SSDI benefits guilty of mail fraud and am I guilty of attempting mail fraud?JA: What state is this in? And can you tell me a little more about the charge? I think they do a wonderful job. All Experts must pass our rigorous 8 Step Expert Quality Process. This ensures that you get the most knowledgeable, trustworthy help anywhere on the Internet. You can learn more about it here: http://ww2.justanswer.com/expert-quality-processCustomer: The State is Pennsylvania and there is no pending charges.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No. However, if for any reason this becomes a criminal case and or investigation I will certainly contact Ms. Heather Thank you. I am only submitting this question because someone in the family suggested I could be charged with attempting to commit mail fraud against the SS agency because I signed and mailed the letter to the lawyers office.
Can I sue my ex-husband attorney fraud? no. no. I filed a
Can I sue my ex-husband attorney for mail fraud?JA: Has anything been filed in court yet?Customer: no.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no. I filed a complaint with the US Postal Services.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: His attorney conspired with my ex-husband's accountant and fabricated fraudulent documentation reference to owing back IRSJA: 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.
Ex boyfriend files false fraud claim transactions full year.
Ex boyfriend files false fraud claim for AcH transactions for over full year. 17,482.00. We temporarily made up and then he filed an affidavit clearly attesting that NO fraud was committed by me. However BOA has not nor will not reverse the fraud chargebacks and so I am the VICTIM and how do I get resolve ? Also ex also stated that the 1500 deposits monthly from my former spouse were my funds exclusively. They were deposited together into his BOA checking of which he also swore affidavit that we shared the account use for bill pay.
If convicted of wire and mail fraud, and in fed prison,
If convicted of wire and mail fraud, and in fed prison , filed bankruptcy that was not discharged, have been told can get that money, eventually what about inheritance received but restitution fines from court, other creditor + child support
A postal inspector is trying to get me to cooperate in
A postal inspector is trying to get me to cooperate in another mail fraud case. He told me he believes I was also a victim and possibly have information to essentially help another person who has been harassed thru the mail. He suggested I cooperate rather than going thru a grand jury. Even if I do have info to help the other person do I have to cooperate or may I plead the fifth if it gets to a grand jury