Day: October 25, 2017

Two California Men Sentenced to Years in Federal Prison for Roles in Multi-Million Dollar ‘High-Yield Prime Bank’ Scheme

SANTA ANA, California – Two California men have been sentenced to multi-year federal prison terms after being convicted of federal wire fraud charges for participating in a “high-yield prime bank” scam that stole more than $5 million from victims across the nation who were promised huge returns on investments, purportedly with little or no risk.

Justice Department Files Statement of Interest in California Campus Speech Case

The Department of Justice today filed a Statement of Interest in Shaw v. Burke at the request of the Department of Education. The plaintiff, Kevin Shaw, is a student at Los Angeles Pierce College, a public college within the Los Angeles Community College District. He is challenging the constitutionality of a Pierce College policy that effectively bans all free expression on campus outside a 616 square-foot “Free Speech Area.”

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