Hubbard is already awaiting trial in Hawaii for what was dubbed the Stevie Wonder Blunder. Federal authorities allege The University of Hawaii was duped into paying $200,000 upfront in 2012 to secure Wonder’s commitment, but authorities say Hubbard didn’t represent Stevie Wonder — it was a con.
The review will involve approximately 144,000 claims and not limit corrective action to 2,200 that are currently in litigation.
Officials say in February, Husfelt threatened to burn down a 60-year-old victim’s residence following a verbal argument.
A judge in New Jersey has ruled that claims of gay conversion therapy that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud.
By Jim Donovan: Turbo Tax has resumed e-filing of state income tax returns. The resumption comes after the company temporarily paused transmissions upon seeing an increase in suspicious filings and attempts by criminals to use […]
By Jim Donovan: UPDATE: Intuit Inc.announced that TurboTax has resumed e-filing of state income tax returns as of 3 p.m. Pacific time today. The resumption comes after the company temporarily paused transmissions upon seeing an […]
Joseph Waters Jr. has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for using his position to help influence two cases being handled by other judges.
Judge Rea Boylan at times had to intervene between Tolly and Assistant DA Matt Weintraub.
Tollefson, representing himself at trial, has traded often-heated comments with prosecutor Mike Weintraub.
A southern New Jersey woman has admitted stealing about $40,000 in benefit money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency after major storms hit the state in recent years.
A hearing is scheduled in federal court in Philadelphia today in the case of defendant Chaka Fattah Jr., charged with fraud and tax evasion.
Rich covered all angles of the Ferguson grand jury decision not charging police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown. He also talked to New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton about a rape law he’s proposed and CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bilo about tomorrow’s storm.
Philadelphia police say Karen Benitez, also known as Karen Garcia, claimed she was a job recruiter for US Airways. She charged applicants $200 each.
Lower Township Police are investigating a suspicious phone call where a male impersonated a police officer and tried to obtain another man’s credit card information.
Marie Bontigao, who operated an “Exit Realty” franchise with locations in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, is charged with operating a Ponzi scheme.