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Disability Forgery – 30 years in priosn???

forgery     You know once you start the wheel of crime rolling it usually gets out of control, which is probably what happened with today’s CrimeDiva, Erica Huffman, 32, of Middleburg, FL.

According to official reports, form 2008 through October 2012, Ms. Huffman allegedly forged doctors treatment forms, medical affidavits, and employer’s signature in order to create fake supporting documents for medical care [This woman was busy, all of that paperwork was a job by itself; especially surfing the web for doctors name to put on those claims]. She allegedly submitted over 32 fraudulent reimbursement claims to the sum of nearly $50,000.00 for disability insurance that she did not qualify for.

At the time of her indictment she was in a county jail on unrelated charges and was then transported to another county jail to face these charges.  If she is convicted, she could face up to 30 years in prison.

We can stop this, let’s start talking about white-collar crime openly, especially to our women.  There is no reason why the prison system should be filling up with women committing white-collar crimes. Educating women of the real and serious consequences of crime needs to be shared.  Tell someone about this blog… you may just be stopping someone from making a bad decision.

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