Massive 'robo-signing' prosecution dismissed for misconduct

, The National Law Journal


A Las Vegas judge has dismissed a high-profile criminal "robo-signing" case against two Southern California title officers after their attorneys accused the Nevada attorney general's office of prosecutorial misconduct.

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  • Sa

    I agree, affidavits are silly and anyone should be able to sign them because their boss told them to do so. Personal knowledge, hah! We don't need no stinking personal knowledge.

  • Darren McKinney

    Robo-signing "forgery" cases are absurd. President Obama had defense authorization legislation robo-signed on his behalf while he traveled to Europe a couple years back. Unless and until prosecutors can produce a actual victim who was up to date with his/her mortgage payments but foreclosed upon nonetheless, robo-signing and other mortgage-related prosecutions amount to nothing more than political grandstanding.

  • ponsoldt

    so, if the evidence is there, re-indict.

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