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Witness Intimidation Leads to Lengthy Prison Term

Child Pornography, Drug, and Weapons Offenses also resolved A Superior Court jury convicted a 37-year-old Laurel man of Home Invasion, two counts of Assault 3rd Degree, Theft Less Than $1500, Criminal Mischief Less Than $1500, six counts of Breach of Release, two counts of Act of Intimidation, and Conspiracy 2nd Degree. In February 2017, Seaford […]




DOJ and Delaware Police Chiefs Publish Model Policies For Custodial Interrogations and Eyewitness Identifications

Goal To Improve Accuracy and Fairness in the Criminal Justice System The Delaware Department of Justice and the Delaware Police Chiefs Council have developed and published model policies for custodial interrogation and eyewitness identification procedures that can be adopted by police agencies statewide, part of an effort to ensure fairness and accuracy in the criminal […]




State Attorneys General and State Mortgage Regulators Reach Settlement with PHH Mortgage Corporation Over Loan Issues

The Delaware Department of Justice, 48 other state attorneys general, the District of Columbia and over 45 state mortgage regulators have reached a settlement with New Jersey-based mortgage lender and servicer PHH Mortgage Corporation over improper loan servicing. Approximately 123 Delawareans are eligible for a payment as a result of the settlement. The settlement resolves […]




Gang Shootings, Drug Network, Murder Lead To Prison Sentences

Rape of child, home invasion punished with prison terms Also: Home improvement contractor pleads guilty to multiple fraud charges A Wilmington teenager received a 12-year in prison sentence for several shootings tied to gang activity. Elijah Crawford, 17, was sentenced by a Superior Court judge for his September guilty plea on two counts of Assault […]




Dover Organization Ordered by Court To Stop Offering Diplomas Until It Cooperates With Investigators

DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Cautions Delawareans About Dubious Diploma Services Following consumer complaints, an investigation by the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit and a lack of response to investigative demands, a state Superior Court judge has held the Bright Rock Christian Academy and its principals in contempt and ordered the organization to stop soliciting, […]







 Pages Tagged With: "DOJ"

Witness Intimidation Leads to Lengthy Prison Term

Child Pornography, Drug, and Weapons Offenses also resolved A Superior Court jury convicted a 37-year-old Laurel man of Home Invasion, two counts of Assault 3rd Degree, Theft Less Than $1500, Criminal Mischief Less Than $1500, six counts of Breach of Release, two counts of Act of Intimidation, and Conspiracy 2nd Degree. In February 2017, Seaford […]




DOJ and Delaware Police Chiefs Publish Model Policies For Custodial Interrogations and Eyewitness Identifications

Goal To Improve Accuracy and Fairness in the Criminal Justice System The Delaware Department of Justice and the Delaware Police Chiefs Council have developed and published model policies for custodial interrogation and eyewitness identification procedures that can be adopted by police agencies statewide, part of an effort to ensure fairness and accuracy in the criminal […]




State Attorneys General and State Mortgage Regulators Reach Settlement with PHH Mortgage Corporation Over Loan Issues

The Delaware Department of Justice, 48 other state attorneys general, the District of Columbia and over 45 state mortgage regulators have reached a settlement with New Jersey-based mortgage lender and servicer PHH Mortgage Corporation over improper loan servicing. Approximately 123 Delawareans are eligible for a payment as a result of the settlement. The settlement resolves […]




Gang Shootings, Drug Network, Murder Lead To Prison Sentences

Rape of child, home invasion punished with prison terms Also: Home improvement contractor pleads guilty to multiple fraud charges A Wilmington teenager received a 12-year in prison sentence for several shootings tied to gang activity. Elijah Crawford, 17, was sentenced by a Superior Court judge for his September guilty plea on two counts of Assault […]




Dover Organization Ordered by Court To Stop Offering Diplomas Until It Cooperates With Investigators

DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Cautions Delawareans About Dubious Diploma Services Following consumer complaints, an investigation by the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit and a lack of response to investigative demands, a state Superior Court judge has held the Bright Rock Christian Academy and its principals in contempt and ordered the organization to stop soliciting, […]