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Coppell Man Sentenced for Fraudulently Applying for Millions in PPP Loans

A man in Texas was sentenced for defrauding the federal government after applying for various PPP loans using false business names. He pleaded guilty to the charges in March and has to serve more than eleven years in prison for his money laundering and wire fraud crimes. The Coppell man completed fifteen applications for PPP loans and […]


Retired FBI Agent Indicted On Allegations of Fraud

According to the Acting U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Texas, a retired FBI Agent faces federal charges for crimes allegedly committed in November 2015. The indictment includes seven counts of wire fraud, one count of false impersonation of a federal officer, one count of making false statements to law enforcement, one count of wire fraud […]


What Constitutes Guilt in a Collin County White Collar Crime?

“White collar crime” is a catchall term used to describe a wide variety of serious non-violent criminal offenses, typically financial in nature. Types of White Collar Crimes One of the most common types of white collar crime is embezzlement. This refers to a type of theft where someone has custody of someone else’s property and […]