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Tag Archives: False Pretenses

Criminal Practice – False Pretenses – Bail Bondsman’s License – Unlawful Access of a Government Computer – Monthly Reports (access required)

Where defendant’s username and password were used to access a government computer program in order to send in a required report (but with significant omissions), and where defendant emailed the government required information (also with significant omissions), defendant unlawfully accessed ...

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Criminal Practice – False Pretenses – Indictment & Evidence – Fatal Variance – Invoice & Oral Representations – Pet Boarding – Moving Expenses – Insurance Fraud (access required)

State v. Holanek (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-07-0818, 34 pp.) (Mark Davis, J.) Appealed from New Hanover County Superior Court (Jay Hockenbury, J.) N.C. App. Holding: An indictment charged defendant with obtaining property by false pretenses by presenting her insurance company ...

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