Mount Holly Crime

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  • Ex-football star Irving Fryar convicted in mortgage ...

    Saturday Aug 8 | via The Republic 

    Former NFL star Irving Fryar was found guilty of a role in a mortgage scam on Friday and faces up to 10 years in prison. The 52-year-old former wide receiver, who made his name at the University of Nebraska and with several professional teams, applied for multiple mortgage loans in quick succession while using the same property as collateral, a jury found.

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  • Deliberation starts in ex-Eagle Fryar trial

    Wednesday Aug 5 | via Philly.com 

    Irving Fryar, a former NFL Eagle and Pro Bowl athlete, is either guilty of defrauding banks of $1.2 million as state prosecutors allege, or was the victim of a seasoned con artist and convict as the defense contends. Closing arguments were heard Wednesday in state Superior Court in Mount Holly in the mortgage fraud case of Fryar, 52, and his mother, Allene McGhee, 74. The two are charged with conspiracy and theft by deception for allegedly bilking six banks and one lending institution in South Jersey and Philadelphia in 2009.

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  • Fryar, mother decline to take stand

    Aug 4, 2015 | via Philly.com 

    The lawyers defending former Eagles player Irving Fryar and his mother, Allene McGhee, against mortgage fraud charges rested their case in a Mount Holly courtroom Tuesday without calling any witnesses. Fryar, 52, of Springfield Township, Burlington County, and McGhee, 74, a retired school bus driver from Willingboro, both decided against taking the stand to testify after the prosecution completed its case and the jury trial entered its third week.

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Mount Holly Law

I have been denied restoration of my DL by njdmv. After completing IDRC and 3 mo. suspension for dui & pd all fines/surcharges.
I was eligible to get license back 7-26-15. Njdmv is now saying I have to be reevaluated by IDRC because they found a DUI from 1986 on my abstract. That is 29 years ago. What is the statutory time period between offenses? Do DMV and idrc have the right to do this after I already satisfied all the requirements of the courts judgements?
Hi again. You will have to get a hearing with DMV. Then if DMV declines your request to forego this additional...
I want to file a bankruptcy. I injured someone during a car accident. I plead guilty to a DWI.
I was high during the accident and had very little car insurance. I have no job and don't really own anything. Can I file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
Debt for personal injury caused by you while driving when under the influence cannot be discharged during bankruptcy.
I was convicted of DUI in Florida in 2009. I served out all fines, and was placed on county probation.
I was homeless and living in my truck at that time. My officer said I could move to NJ with family where I had stability. I had difficulty getting into classes and violated. I eventually got the classes done and filed in Florida, but not the required community service. Public defender in Florida advised me that it would not be accepted because it was worked in NJ. I was also advised that I may be charged with felony absconding even though I had permission to move. I only see a no extradite VOP active. I now have a full time job, my own home, and a life in NJ. Is there any way for me to resolve this without going to Florida and turning myself in?
This question needs to be addressed to a FL attorney
Not turning myself into jail and moving out of state?
I am supposed to turn myself in to do 10 days jail time for driving on a DUI suspended in NJ. Later this month. I have a family emergency and find myself needed to move to Florida ASAP. What would happen if I moved and did not serve my jail time?
You'll get a bench warrant, and when you get picked up on it in the future you may serve more than 10 days in jail.
I received a DUI in 1995 while living in Virginia. It was an awful mistake and nothing like that has ever happened again.
I live in NJ now and will probably have to have a background check done for a job. It was a misdemeanor. Should I bring it up? Is it likely to show up?
I generally tell my clients to be honest as possible with these sorts of things because you don't want to come off as...
My Bro in law plans on traveling to Germany, He has an open DUI Bench (no accident or injuries) warrant in Philadelphia.
My Bro in law plans on traveling to Germany, He has an open DUI Bench warrant(no accident or injuries) in Philadelphia. I have learned in this forum that if he were stopped in his neighboring state for any reason he most probably would not be extradited to Philadelphia due to cost etc. But how about traveling abroad. Could he be stopped at the gate and told he could not take his trip. Thanks
He could be stopped at customs coming back in and detained on the warrant.
My Brother has a warrant for not going to a DUI hearing in Phila, PA. He lives in NJ. If arrested can he be extradited to PA?
My Brother has a warrant for not going to a DUI hearing in Phila, PA. He lives in NJ. If he comes into contact with Law Enforcement in NJ will he be arrested and extradited? Would this situation not be important enough to justify the money involved? He has no criminal history
See the answers to your other post. He can bwe detained.