One federal lawsuit brought by a Virginia landlord, for example, argues that the Trump administration wrongly halted evictions based on a “flimsy premise” that doing so might prevent displaced Americans from contracting the coronavirus. The case is supported by an anti-regulatory conservative group with documented past financial ties to a
WORCESTER — Identity thieves have used personal information of more than 550 city employees to file claims for unemployment insurance benefits, a nationwide scheme that is skyrocketing as millions of people rely on the supplemental benefits to feed their families and pay bills during the pandemic.
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Vance High School will be renamed Tuesday, possibly for civil rights lawyer Julius Chambers.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston announced in June that the district no longer considered it acceptable to have a school named for Zebulon Vance, a North Carolina governor who fought for the Confederacy.
“Vance owned slaves
A Victorville man was sentenced to three years’ probation after his scheme to use consumer-protection laws to steal a $13,000 Rolex watch was exposed, the Riverside Police Department said.
The sentence was handed down to 23-year-old Anthony Delgado Alvarez on Sept. 14 after he pleaded guilty to attempted grand theft,
LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — Identity theft is an ever-evolving crime. Scammers are now combining information from multiple individuals to invent a false identity called synthetic identity theft.
As credit bureaus and individuals catch on to the schemes of identity thieves, the con-artists simply modify their tactics. Synthetic identity theft is
Opinion: Proposition 208 is an extreme proposal with more pitfalls than promise, that deepens the divisions in our society and puts the state’s economy at risk.
Education funding has, rightfully, dominated Arizona’s political and fiscal attention in recent years. But Proposition 208, the Invest in Education Act, goes way
Lindsay Gribben. PHOTO/FILE
WCM Legal welcome jail sentence
Struck-off Masterton lawyer Lindsay Boyd Gribben has been jailed for stealing just under $900,000 from clients.
Gribben, 67, pleaded guilty to nine charges of theft and fraud at the Ashburton District Court last Monday and was sentenced to prison