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Fraud

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: November 27, 2019

Any criminal conviction can result in major penalties. However, if you are a caregiver or a medical provider in Minnesota, you realize that your career is at risk if you end up being charged with fraud. For this reason, it is critical that you consult an attorney right away if you are accused of engaging in health care fraud. Fraud…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 18, 2019

A woman who used to serve as a Postal Service worker in Minnesota was accused of stealing disability benefits totaling over $100,000 paid to her by the federal government. The fraud that was alleged against her spanned the 3.5-plus years, leading up to May 2019. The woman has since pleaded guilty to the theft charge. According to authorities, the woman admitted…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 7, 2019

Eleven people currently face criminal charges for allegedly scheming to steal from the Medicaid program in Minnesota. The 11 individuals who allegedly committed fraud are said to have attempted to steal over $800,000. According to authorities, these individuals were involved in nine separate fraud cases in the state involving Medicaid. Both local police officers and the attorney general in Minnesota conducted…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 5, 2019

As a capitalist country, the United States often seems to value success over honesty. Many people will attempt to get ahead in business by engaging in what they may consider to be rule-bending practices that are federal or felony offenses. Professionals in a wide range of industries, from the medical field to financial services, could find themselves facing serious accusations…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: October 1, 2019

A boat dealership co-owner in Minnesota was recently convicted of engaging in fraudulent activity. Specifically, the court found that he defrauded the state's Department of Revenue. The conviction comes after the man entered a guilty plea to fraud charges in early September. According to authorities, the man filed three phony tax returns while overseeing his company's financial and tax matters.…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: August 3, 2019

A couple in Minnesota were recently accused of engaging in a scheme involving welfare. Their alleged scheme caused a Minnesota county to lose over $20,000. The two individuals now face felony fraud charges in connection with the reported scam. According to authorities, a husband and wife did not tell the truth about their earnings, all in an effort to receive financial…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: June 27, 2019

A former chiropractor in Minnesota was recently sentenced to prison for engaging in fraudulent activities as part of his practice. Specifically, the 36-year-old man was sentenced to 27 months behind federal prison bars for committing wire fraud. He will also have to spend a year under court supervision and pay restitution as part of his plea agreement. The man, during…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: May 16, 2019

A woman who used to work at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota was recently accused of stealing nearly $72,000 from the hospital. She allegedly did this by committing mileage claim-related fraud from 2015 to 2018. The woman facing fraud charges once served as the hospital's nurse manager. According to authorities, the woman, 50, did not have to travel much in her…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: May 8, 2019

Long gone are the days of hiding your money in a coffee can. If you want to be able to show that you possess the ability to finance a house, new vehicle or college education, you must provide financial statements to your potential lender. Although you are likely aware that your financial accounts are insured up to $250,000, you may…Read More

  • On Behalf Of: Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
  • Published: April 3, 2019

A public official finds herself in a difficult position after allegations of wrongdoing on her part and the part of the organization she runs, the Department of Human Services, have come to light. Specifically, these accusations related to potential fraud in how the DHS investigates Minnesota child care organizations. This official adamantly maintains her innocence and claims the probe is…Read More

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