He pleaded guilty to making a false entry in bank records.
He faces up to 20 years in prison.
He allegedly conned a Manhattan wholesaler.
They were accused in a scheme to import jewelry from the Philippines and sell it to U.S. customers as authentic.
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She allegedly abused employee discounts and store-closing discounts.
Each defendant faces up to five years in prison.
The culprit was sentenced to seven years, eight months in prison.
He agreed to forfeit over 200 firearms and 100,000 rounds of ammunition seized from him on Feb. 13.
36 people have been arrested in the case.
They were convicted last year.
$15M in counterfeit merchandise was seized.
The policy's wording was 'ambiguous.'
They allegedly failed to meet reporting requirements.
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They'll pay $83,362 in all as part of a settlement.
He allegedly filed a false police report.
A jewelry company executive has been sentenced to prison for forging a federal judge’s signature.
It’s accused of preying on servicemembers.
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