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Attorney General Schuette Files Charges Against Bay City Woman for Role in Ponzi Scheme

Attorney General Bill Schuette announced felony charges against a Bay City woman on Monday for her alleged role in an extensive multi-county Ponzi scheme. Shawn Dicken, 39, of Bay City accused of defrauding senior citizens out of millions of dollars

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AG Schuette Joins Detroit Bankruptcy Case to Defend Pensioners

On Monday, Michigan Attorney General  Bill Schuette filed a formal appearance with U.S. Bankruptcy Court of behalf of Southeast Michigan pensioners who may be at risk of losing their benefits.

In a statement, Schuette said "hardworking people, like cops and firefighters who put their own lives on the line, struggle on a fixed income, and now could face a financial crisis through no fault of their own

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Schuette Announces Michigan Wins Apple E-Books Price-Fixing Suit

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that a federal court has found Apple Inc. unlawfully conspired with major U.S. publishers to raise the prices of electronic books. The ruling came down from the U

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Schuette Warns of Online Purchasing Ticket Scams During Summer Concert and Event Season

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is warning consumers to be wary of online ticket purchasing scams. The warning comes during the busy summer concert and event season.

Schuette said that "as we enjoy summer, Michigan consumers should protect themselves from fraudulent online ticket sales tactics

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AG Announces 72,000 Borrowers to Receive Funds from National Mortgage Settlement

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that 72,000 borrowers will receive restitution for mortgage servicing abuses related to the national foreclosure crisis.

Checks will go out this week to Michigan borrowers who submitted a valid foreclosure payment claim through the Nation Mortgage settlement

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Michigan Consumers to Receive Compensation from Settlement in E-Books Price-Fixing Lawsuit

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced today that Michigan consumers will receive compensation from a settlement in a antitrust case against a major U.S. book publisher for price fixing and collusion in the electronic (e-book) market

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Schuette Announces Cyber Safety Program Reaches One Million Kids

Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced the Attorney General-led Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative has reached the milestone of presenting to one million children. The Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative is a free Internet safety program for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, presented by the Department of Attorney General

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AG Announces Conviction of Former MSP Lieutenant in Property Embezzlement Scheme

On Tuesday Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that his Public Integrity Unit (PIU) had secured the conviction of Luke Davis, 50, of Monroe, former Michigan State Police Lieutenant, who pleaded no contest to one count of Racketeering, a 20 year felony, before Monroe County’s 38th Circuit Court Chief Judge Michael W

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Charges Announced Against Former CEO, Bookkeeper Who Allegedly Embezzled $2.6 Million

On Friday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced felony charges against two men who allegedly embezzled $2.6 million over an 11-year period.

The charges allege 67-year-old Jerry Stage of New Hudson and 55-year-old George Bauer of Commerce Township embezzled the funds from the Compensation Advisory Organization of Michigan (CAOM)

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Fmr Mortgage Processor President to Serve 40 Months to 20 Years for Role in Robo-Signing Fraud

On Friday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that Lorraine Brown, former president of mortgage document processor DocX, was sentenced to 40 months to twenty years in prison on one count of Conducting Criminal Enterprises (Racketeering) for her role in authorizing the fraudulent signing of mortgage documents filed in Michigan

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