Lorraine Brown, Convicted Fraudulent Mortgage Document Preparer, Charged With Racketeering By State of Michigan

By: Monday November 26, 2012 10:00 am

The pile-on for Lorraine Brown continues. When we last left this story, Brown, the former President of fraudulent document processor DocX, pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of wire and mail fraud, and agreed to face a sentence of up to five years in prison. The state of Missouri also reached a plea [...]

The Lorraine Brown Case: Accountability for Fraudulent Document Preparers, Not the Banks Who Requested the Documents

By: Tuesday November 20, 2012 3:09 pm

The Justice Department has issued their formal press release in the plea arrangement with Lorraine Brown, the former President of fraudulent foreclosure document processor DocX, a division of LPS. Brown pleaded guilty to wire and mail fraud and faces five years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines, from what DoJ describes as “a [...]

Formal Criminal Charge Filed in Florida Against Lorraine Brown, President of Notorious Foreclosure Document Processor DocX UPDATE: Plea Deal

By: Tuesday November 20, 2012 10:55 am

The US Attorney in the Middle District of Florida, Robert O’Neill, has submitted an information, basically a criminal charge without the use of a grand jury for the indictment, of Lorraine Brown, the founder of DocX, for the fraudulent production of mortgage assignments, notarizations, and other documents used to foreclose on borrowers (h/t 4closure fraud). [...]

LPS Wiggles Out of Criminal Prosecution in Missouri

By: Friday August 3, 2012 7:35 am

You may remember that there was one big criminal case in the foreclosure fraud scandal leading up to the settlement. Missouri Attorney General John Koster indicted Lorraine Brown, the founder and former President of the document processor DocX, for forgery and making false declarations on mortgage documents. The assumption here was that you could go [...]

Missouri AG Chris Koster Files Criminal Charges Against Foreclosure Fraud Document Processor DocX

By: Tuesday February 7, 2012 7:34 am

Yesterday I talked about how the failure to prosecute represented a fundamental decay at the heart of our politics, a symbol of the lack of accountability that has plagued this country for a decade. Yesterday, we began to get some accountability for foreclosure fraud in the unlikeliest of places: Missouri.  From the New York Times [...]

Heroic Registers of Deeds Battling Mortgage Fraud

By: Thursday May 5, 2011 12:13 pm

Federal regulators simply aren’t that interested in investigating foreclosure fraud and laying down the appropriate punishments. Tom Miller is too busy deflecting criticism about massive campaign contributions from the banking sector to run a proper state-based investigation. So it’s actually come down to the registers of deeds – the unassuming public servants working in county [...]

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