Former NFL Player Sentenced on Mortgage Fraud Charges

admin —  July 26, 2010 — 1 Comment

Arthur James Marshall, Jr., 41, Augusta, Georgia, was sentenced to 69 months in prison and 5 years of supervised release for his mortgage fraud convictions. Marshall was also ordered to pay more than $3.6 million restitution to his victims.

Evidence presented at sentencing and as previously reported on Mortgage Fraud Blog, revealed that Marshall falsified sales contracts, personal finance records and other documents as part of his mortgage fraud scheme. The victims of Marshall‘s scheme included banks, a family who never got a property title from Marshall after paying him $100,000 for a home, and members of the American Legion.

This case was brought in coordination with President Barack Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the inter-agency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated, and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes.

The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

United States Attorney Edward J. Tarver stated, “Mortgage fraud poses a significant threat to our nation’s financial system. This prosecution demonstrates the ongoing response of the United States Attorney’s Office to protecting the integrity of the financial system of this nation. Relying on the joint efforts of federal, state and local law enforcement, this office will aggressively prosecute those who defraud financial institutions and other victims of mortgage fraud.”

Mr. Tarver praised the efforts of the FBI in bringing this criminal activity to light. Assistant United States Attorney David Stewart prosecuted the case for the United States.

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One response to Former NFL Player Sentenced on Mortgage Fraud Charges

  1. Can anyone tell me if James Arthur Marshall has gone to prison and where? e mail me please,

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