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Hill is facing charges of fraudulently inducing persons to invest and fraudulently attempting to induce people to invest. A seven-member jury was selected yesterday to try the case, but an adjournment was granted until today to give the defence
Judge Elizabeth Kovachevich has scheduled a meeting Thursday to discuss claims that juror misconduct might have distorted the outcome of the three-month flipping fraud trial in which Paula Hornberger, George Cavallo and Joel Streinz were found guilty.
Quebec's court of appeal has rejected the bid of former lieutenant-governor Lise Thibault to have her fraud trial scrapped because she claims that as the Queen's representative, she wasn't subject to the court system. The 73-year-old is accused of
The State proceeded with the fraud trial of businesswoman Shauwn Mpisane "under protest" in the Durban Regional Court on Monday. State advocate Meera Naidu told the court that she would lead evidence but would simultaneously launch an application in
THE prosecution was ready to proceed with the fraud trial of former Cash Plus boss Carlos Hill on Monday, the trial had to be put off to March 4 next year because his lawyers are engaged in other cases which began last week and are continuing this
EUR 7 M has been postponed to June due to the absence of two expert witnesses. Monday in the Sofia Appellate Court with a new team of magistrates, was rescheduled for June 18, 2012 at 9:30 pm while June 27 and July 18 were designated as reserve dates.
A Boise federal grand jury on Feb. 15 handed down a 17-count indictment against the former Treasure Valley couple for wire, loan and bankruptcy fraud. The couple, who now live in Bountiful, Utah, pleaded not guilty at their March 7 arraignment. The
EUR 7 M, will be restarted from scratch at the second-instance court. The embezzlement trial will be re-launched at the Sofia Appellate Court after reporting judge Krasimira Medarova decided to self-recuse. Medarova's withdrawal was requested by the
A federal judge has told jurors to continue deliberating at Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford's fraud trial after they indicated they're deadlocked on at least some of the 14 charges against him. Stanford is accused of bilking
Allen Stanford and Stanford Financial Group Stanford jurors say they can't reach verdict on some counts Jurors in the R. Allen Stanford fraud case told a federal judge Monday afternoon that they have been unable to reach a unanimous verdict on each