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Civil fraud does not carry the possibility of jail time or fines; criminal fraud can result in both. A particular instance of fraud can be both a criminal offense and the ...


Bank fraud: A fine of up to $1,000,000 and/or a prison sentence of up to 30 years ... services and a prison term from a few years' incarceration to life in prison.


Fraud is a broad term that refers to a variety of offenses involving dishonesty or ... and also faces a range of penalties which can include fines or jail time. If you're ...


The term bank fraud also refers to attempts by a person to obtain money from a ... in exchange for a lighter sentence of 8 years in federal prison, Owen holds out ...


May 29, 2014 ... Credit card fraud laws vary by state. Fraud often ... and ill intent. Penalties range from misdemeanor fines to felonies carrying years of jail time.


Dec 17, 2007 ... Although cases of corporate fraud and embezzlement have ... If an executive isn't planning on getting caught, a potential prison term of 10 ...


The prison sentence for fraud varies depending on the type of fraud committed and the ... A misdemeanor conviction can lead to jail time of up to a year, whereas.


The owner of a sweepstakes scam was sentenced to the maximum term allowed of 30 years in prison and ordered to repay $8 million dollars in restitution for a ...


Because bankruptcy fraud is a federal offense, the penalties can climb ... half of the debt in exchange for avoiding half of the jail time associated with the fraud.