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A case of wire fraud or defamation?

A company involved in helping schools acquire and maintain technology is under fire for possibly having misappropriated funds. Two employees of the company have been charged with wire fraud. The two work for a Kentucky business that helps schools and libraries to obtain the funds needed to purchase internet access and other telecommunication services.

Money laundering may be an offshoot of the drug crisis

The opioid drug crisis continues to plague Kentucky. In addition to the addiction crisis that continues to be fed by the influx of illegal drugs, other crimes associated with illegal drugs are becoming prevalent. These crimes include money laundering.

Couple charged with trafficking in meth

The drug crisis is nothing new. Appalachia, like most of the rest of the country, has its share of problems with drug trafficking and drug use. A couple from Bell County in Kentucky were recently arrested and charged with drug trafficking. A quantity of meth was among the drugs reportedly found when the couple were arrested.

Wire fraud accusation can lead to a need for criminal defense

Life insurance is considered a necessity by most American families and is also provided to employees by many companies. Agents are licensed to sell policies and provide the services associated with those policies in Kentucky. Agents are trusted to abide by the regulations governing the insurance industry. Failure to abide by those regulations can result in charges for wire fraud.

Medicare and Medicaid fraud can be harmful to one's health

Heart disease is a significant killer in men and women in Kentucky and around the country. Hearing that one may have heart disease can be a terrifying diagnosis. When the diagnosis turns out to be false, and procedures that were carried out were unnecessary, lawsuits may be the result. Such is the situation in a Medicare and Medicaid fraud case involving a Kentucky doctor.

Medicare and Medicaid fraud involved in health care scheme

In a recent case in another state three people were found guilty concerning a scheme to defraud Medicare of over $17 million. Medicare and Medicaid fraud are serious issues in the state of Kentucky and across the country. The three people named in the case were a physician and two clinic owners.

Money laundering among charges in a recent case

White collar crime is a serious offense in the state of Kentucky. There is a recent case involving a man from out of state and his associates that involves an attempt to defraud health insurers and steal identities from unsuspecting residents of Jeffboat. Money laundering is also among the charges brought by the Assistant United States Attorney.

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