Lorraine Rich, 58, from Bangor, Maine, has been sentenced to jail for four months in a case US Attorney Paula Silsby has pursued. Rich received $33,000 from the government in a fraudulent manner. The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Housing and Urban Development has been ordered as the recipient of fines to be paid in restitution by Lorraine Rich and her crime. Rich was documented as using veterans’ benefits for her family member. Rich’s aunt had continued to collect money even after the aunt’s death. This fraudulent crime is a white collar crime of sorts and is just one of many that the government is currently collecting on during the massive tax and money crunch we all face in this economy.
White collar crimes and mortgage fraud are criminal matters that must be dealt with the utmost care and effectiveness. Criminal defense attorney Ralph Behr handles such matters and is ready to take on your case face-to-face. Schedule a complimentary consultation with Mr. Behr and come with questions ready to ask, if you have any. He can take you through all the courtroom procedure and get you closer to the verdict you are seeking. All cases from Palm Beach County to Broward County to Miami-Dade are accepted.