Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Court Insider Illegally "Fixed" DUI Charges

A California county clerk charged about 1,000 people a fee to illegally "fix" their DUI and misdemeanor cases. The legal counsel for the County Superior Court system said the cases date back to 2010 and include courts across the county.

"That is big-time corruption," said Stanley Goldman, a Loyola law professor and veteran criminal lawyer. "While the individuals' cases might be relatively low-level offenses, with so many together that adds up to a very serious criminal enterprise."

"computerization of the court system might have made it easier for the wrongdoer to alter cases." - Loyola law professor, Stanley Goldman
It seems his insider's illegal activities went undiscovered for five years only because another court employee noticed an incomplete DUI case leading to a review of all cases handled by the rogue employee. Rather than discover such illegal activity by chance, organizations can detect it proactively with low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
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Sources:
(a) O.C.'s illegally fixed court cases add up to 'big-time corruption' - www.LAtimes.com, 06/20/2015

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