Former NBA player may get 9 years in prison, sentencing postponed June 19, 2014 19:52 Views: 117 Fraud sentencing for former NBA player Tate George has been postponed until August 19-20, while he was scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Trenton, NJ.
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. by New York Investment Fraud & Ponzi Scheme Lawyers – Lax & Neville LLP.. Former NFL Player and Cavalier Union Investments, LLC with $10 Million Fraud.. With Stealing $2 Million From Investors And Conducting A Ponzi Scheme. Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Operating A $2.7 Million Ponzi Scheme.
Former NBA player sentenced in Missouri to 6 years in federal prison for charity fraud scheme, filing false tax returns kansas city, Mo. – A former professional basketball player was sentenced to six years in federal prison Monday on charges related to an extensive charity fraud scheme.
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On Monday, it was announced that a former professional basketball player had been sentenced to prison on charges related to an extensive charity fraud scheme. 66-year-old Kermit Alan Washington of Las Vegas, Nevada was sentenced to six years in federal prison without parole. The defendant has also been ordered to pay $967,158 in restitution.
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C. George Tate, 48, an ex-NBA player, lost his appeal of his conviction and 9 year prison sentence on wire fraud charges in a $2 million real estate Ponzi scheme run through The George Group. The Third Circuit denied his appeal finding that the “new” evidence the court was asked to review did more to incriminate him than exonerate him.
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