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    Fraud from inside and outside the courtroom - at adjustercom.net

  • Peter Nelson (undated photograph from Facebook)

    Peter Nelson, Dr. Uwaydah’s Former Physician Assistant, Files Motion And Writ To Recuse Judge Fidler And Gets Shut Down

    An outlandish and audacious motion to recuse Judge Larry Fidler in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in DTLA was filed by defendant Peter Nelson on December 4th 2019.  On December 13th Judge Fidler struck the motion rather than answer it, and on December 23rd Peter Nelson followed up by filing a Writ to the appeals... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    Jon Woods’ Trial Date Reset For April 9th 2020.  New Witness Brought Forth By The Prosecution In December 2019 Prompted The Defense To Ask For More Time. 

    The trial date for workers’ compensation applicants’ attorney Jon Woods has now been reset for Thursday, April 9th 2020.  Woods’ trial was supposed to start today, January 6, 2020, in Orange County Superior Court; however, it didn’t start because of a new witness situation.  Court room C-40 on the 10th floor was empty at 9... Read More

    Long Beach insurance agent, Gelinda Keo, arrested after allegedly stealing thousands and leaving client’s business uninsured

    California Department of Insurance detectives arrested, January 2nd, insurance agent Gelinda Phann Keo, 43, on one felony count of grand theft after she allegedly pocketed a client’s insurance payment of $5,500, leaving that client’s business uninsured. “This agent allegedly stole money from a hardworking business owner, leaving them uninsured and financially vulnerable,” said Insurance Commissioner... Read More

    Dr. Uwaydah Fraud Case In DTLA Moves Forward With End Of Paul Turley’s Testimony.  More Motions From Defense Coming Down The Pike In Opposition To The Court.   

    Prosecutor Dayan Mathai continued in the afternoon of December 2nd 2019 with Paul Turley on the witness stand.   On the overhead projector Mathai put up the People’s exhibit number 27.   It was an image of pages from a notebook.  Dayan Mathai:  What was the purpose of keeping this notebook?  Paul Turley:  I was taking a... Read More

    Paul Turley, D.C. Continues To Testify To His Straw Owner Role And Fraudulent Actions In Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah Case In Downtown Los Angeles

    The lead prosecutor in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in downtown LA, Dayan Mathai, kept Paul Turley, D.C., on the witness stand until the mid-afternoon of December 2nd, Monday.  Turley was Dr. Uwaydah’s major straw partner though out the life span of Frontline Medical and its egregious workers’ compensation fraud racket from 2004 to... Read More
    Munir Uwaydah, June 2010, copyright Lonce Lamonte

    Defense Files Motion To Dismiss In DTLA Uwaydah Case After Judge Fidler Misses Deadline For Starting Preliminary Hearings. Straw Partner Paul Turley Is Back On The Witness Stand.

    Attorney James Spertus appeared in court Monday morning, December 2nd 2019, representing Ronnie Case in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case being heard in Department 106 of Judge Larry Fidler in Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in downtown LA. Ronnie Case was the man who was arrested with Kelly Soo Park back when Park... Read More

    During International Fraud Awareness Week, The San Diego District Attorney Puts Out Reminder.  Public Encouraged to Report Suspected Fraud.

    DA Charged More Than 800 Defendants in Fraud-Related Cases Last Year For several years, the owners of a local San Diego hotel cleaning janitorial service company called Good Neighbor Services, with nearly 800 employees, lied to tax authorities and their insurance provider by claiming to have almost no employees. This resulted in $6.8 million in... Read More

    Fake Certificate Provided by Subcontractor to Gain Right to Work Defrauded General Contractor

    Every construction contract requires that subcontractors provide certificates of insurance as a condition of working on the construction project. In Terrence Roberts v. The State of Texas, NO. 03-18-00224-CR, Texas Court of Appeals, Third District, at Austin (October 11, 2019), a jury convicted Terrence Roberts of the class A misdemeanor offense of forgery.  The trial... Read More