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November 2020 Archives

Priest indicted in federal court on white collar crimes

A Russian Orthodox priest is accused of embezzling funds from different parishes in another state where he worked over several years. Although a grand jury indicted him on 10 counts of mail fraud, people in Michigan and elsewhere will know that an indictment is no more than a formal charge and accusation of a serious crime. Anyone indicted on federal charges on white collar crimes or other crimes is entitled to a fair trial.

Father and daughter face federal white collar crimes charges

Michigan residents will know that business endeavors do not always go as planned. This is underscored by a case in another state in which a father and daughter's plans to open a restaurant brought them nothing but legal problems. Alleged white collar crimes led to a recent federal indictment.

Contracted hospital employee arraigned on felonies

Police in Port Huron, Michigan, reported the arrest of a man accused of setting off explosives with the intent to frighten. According to court documents, the 59-year-old man is a contracted worker at McLaren Port Huron Hospital. He was arraigned on the felonies on a recent Sunday.

Drug trafficking can lead to mandatory minimum sentencing

It is believed that illicit drugs and the people who peddle them represent significant threats to the people of the United States. That's why it's such a serious concern if you're accused of participating in a drug crime. Whether you're just in possession of drugs or you're accused of dealing, it's important for you to realize that you could face serious repercussions.

White collar crimes involving unemployment and stimulus funds

Many people in Michigan and across the country rely on the U.S. government to provide financial assistance during these difficult times. However, several cases have been reported in which individuals allegedly committed white collar crimes to get some of those funds that were intended for others. One such case in another state involved a 24-year-old woman indicted on 17 counts by a federal grand jury.

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