24May, 2012

Insurance Agent Indicted on Criminal Charges in Greensboro
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

A licensed insurance agent was indicted by a federal grand jury in Greensboro last week on criminal charges of mail fraud, making false statements to insurance examiners, and making false entries into the books of an insurance business. Following his arrest, he bonded out of jail with the assistance of his Greensboro criminal defense attorney on a $10,000 bond.

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Criminal investigators allege that the agent misled clients into thinking that they were investing in various CDs and annuities, but that he was actually pocketing the money for his own personal use. The investigators work for The Department of Insurance and have been commissioned by Wayne Goodwin, Insurance Commissioner for the state, to look into complaints regarding insurance and bail bonds fraud.

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If you have been charged with a crime in the Greensboro area, a criminal defense attorney from The Law Firm of Schlosser & Pritchett will work with you to make sure that you have the best defense possible. Regardless of whether you face charges of fraud, theft, drug possession, or any other criminal offense, your defense attorney will pursue the best outcome possible for your situation. Call Schlosser & Pritchett today to begin building your defense with an experienced Greensboro criminal defense attorney.