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Sentence in New Mexico Mortgage Fraud

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Robert O. Moore, 68, Albuquerque, New Mexico, was sentenced in federal court for his bank fraud conviction. Moore was sentenced to a 27-month term of imprisonment followed by three years of supervised release. Moore also was ordered to pay $150,535.10 in restitution to the victim of his criminal conduct. On April 26, 2016, a federal grand […] The post Sentence in New Mexico Mortgage Fraud appeared first on Mortgage Fraud Blog.
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