PHILADELPHIA — A federal appeals court has upheld the nine-year prison term for former NBA player and UConn star Tate George for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.
Former NBA player may get 9 years in prison, sentencing postponed June 19, 2014 19:52 Views: 117 Fraud sentencing for former NBA player tate george has been postponed until August 19-20, while he was scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Trenton, NJ.
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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Former University of Connecticut basketball star and NBA player Tate George on Wednesday lost his appeal of the nine-year prison sentence he received for his role in orchestrating a.
Former NBA player sentenced in Missouri to 6 years in federal prison for charity fraud scheme, filing false tax returns KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A former professional basketball player was sentenced to six years in federal prison Monday on charges related to an extensive charity fraud scheme.
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The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that Tate George, a former New Jersey Nets guard and the CEO of purported real estate development firm The George Group, was indicted today on charges of running a $2 million Ponzi scheme that targeted ex-professional athletes.
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