A federal judge on Thursday sentenced a Pell City woman to prison for orchestrating a sophisticated financial fraud scheme involving over $200,000 in fraudulent transfers, according to U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp, Jr.
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After each plea, Woodward asked Good, "Because you are guilty?" She replied each time, "Yes, your honor."
UNION, W.Va. –– A funeral director and life insurance agent who reported eight of his living customers as dead in order to collect money intended for their funerals has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Former Trump University students who claimed a share of the $25 million settlement that Donald Trump agreed to shortly after he was elected president are poised to recoup 80 cents for every dollar they spent on the real-estate seminars.
A permanent U.S. resident living in Texas has been sentenced to eight years in prison for illegally voting, a punishment that will probably result in the woman's deportation after she completes her sentence.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that he plans to ask "for a major investigation" into claimed voter fraud following his unfounded belief that he lost the popular vote in November's election because millions of illegal votes were cast.
Attorney General Luther Strange warned that people are receiving emails, purported to be from the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy (A…