A family member is being sentenced to 5 years State Prison
A family member is being sentenced to 5 years State Prison at 50%. California, from I understand, is a day for a day. So, 50% of this must be served. The lawyer will recommend "Fire Camp". Which if granted carries 2 days for every day served. Could someone advise how this works and how much time if all goes well with "Fire Camp" could my family member actually end up serving? If you could provide a calculation in math example it would be appreciated.
Can I sue someone in illinois. Events took place
Can I sue someone for fraud in illinois. Events took place under 2 years ago. Had to file BK on the business side and personal to protect myself. Going to loose about 50lk in assets.I was provided 100% unknown to me Fraud contracts, about 40 of them, where the customers name, ss#, signature, agreement etc was all either copied or changed. The contracts were passed to me from this person. I sent them in to the company I wrote businsss for, the approved them, paid me, I paid the person that sent me these contracts. About a month later find out that they were all fraud. 500K plus in damages/ money paid to him. He blames another person that he got these contracts from. Says not his fault. Regardless One of these two people knowingly emailed me fraudulent contracts.
I was convicted of a collar crime in 1999. I did 5 months in
I was convicted of a white collar crime in 1999. I did 5 months in a fed prison camp. I am paying federal restitution and have been since 2001. My wife just got an inheritance death benefit form her father. Can the feds take my restitution form her?
I have heard that anyone with a felony conviction is
I have heard that anyone with a felony conviction is prohibited from owning a firearm. My question is if that includes non-violent, blue collar felony convictions, specifically a conviction for violation of federal tax law. If the felony prohibition isall-inclusive, is there a circumstance that would allow the person with the felony conviction to petition the court or appear before a judge to request that their right to own a firearm be reinstated? My brother received a three year sentence for income taxviolations. It was his first conviction for ANY offense and does not have any other blemish on his record.
In 2007, I was convicted 0f a Class 3 felony Collar fraud. I
In 2007, I was convicted 0f a Class 3 felony for White Collar fraud. I am not in prison and am not on probation after being released from prison in March of 2009. Since I am in the process of renting a new apartment in Arizona, how far back will a Background Check outline this history?Thank you for your help.
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