Under federal guidelines, Joe Giudice faces a potential sentence of 37 to 46 months and Teresa Giudice could get 21 to 27 months.
A woman who allegedly filed false and fraudulent immigration petitions for clients while working as a paralegal in southern New Jersey has made her initial court appearance.
The 61-year-old former television sportscaster and Philadelphia media personality was taken to prison yesterday after failing to post the required ten percent of his $250,000 bail.
New Jersey officials have filed legal paperwork to remove the mayor of the state’s capital city from office after he was convicted of corruption.
In this case she wrote 244 bad checks for a total of about $36,000, many of them while she was in a halfway house following a previous conviction.
Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and Police Commissioner William J. Bratton announced charges Tuesday against Damon Daniels of New York City and Eugene Fladger of Philadelphia.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, at least one big bank is not taking any chances and some last-minute shoppers may be frozen in their tracks because of the security breach.
“Morro,” a Mexican citizen who is not in the country legally, also reportedly sold undercover officers two fake social security cards, a fraudulent permanent residence card and a Pa. driver’s license.
Federal prosecutors in New Jersey say a Florida man has admitted posing as a high-level executive with a financial firm to improperly obtain charter jet flights and limo rides.
New York’s attorney general is trying to dismantle what he calls a system of creating false online review for products and services.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general has charged three men with stealing $1.25 million in grants from the program.
The owner of a southern New Jersey car dealership has admitted operating a scheme that defrauded customers and lenders.
“It can be as simple as requiring two signatures on every check,” says Montgomery County controller Stewart Greenleaf Jr.
A New Jersey man has been charged in what federal prosecutors say was a scheme to defraud hundreds of sellers of foreign and antique banknotes on the online auction site eBay.
In early 2012, the three men were making an attractive offer: the opportunity to purchase Facebook stock just as the company was expected to go public.