University of Houston Professors Charged with Wire Fraud

Abdelhak Bensaoula and David Starikov, both professors in the University of Houston’s physics department, turned themselves in to federal authorities on Monday morning.  The two men have been charged in a 29-count indictment alleging one count of conspiracy, seven counts …

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Two San Antonio Businessmen Sentenced for Mail Fraud

United States Chief District Judge Fred Biery handed down prison sentences to two individuals on Saturday for their roles in what is believed to be the largest real dollar loss fraud and tax related case ever prosecuted in the Western …

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Lingerie Store Owner Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Jae Jun Bae, the owner of Moon Lingerie, has entered a guilty plea in federal court to wire fraud charges in connection with a plot to get a piece of property rezoned.  Bae was originally indicted by a federal grand …

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California Real Estate Investor Indicted for Wire Fraud

A federal grand jury in Oakland returned an indictment on March 28th charging Benny Chetcuti, Jr. with two counts of federal wire fraud stemming from his California-based real estate investment business.  If convicted, Chetcuti faces a maximum statutory penalty

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