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Prosecutors Secure Sentence For Theft From Vulnerable Family Members

Other defendants face probation and convictions for financial exploitation and armed robbery Attorneys with the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained several criminal convictions and sentences: Alethea Davis-Moses, 46, of Chester, Pennsylvania pled guilty to Financial Exploitation of a Patient in a case handled by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Barchi and Special Investigator Joe Trala. […]




Drug Company To Pay Consumers And State For Precluding Competition

Anticompetitive Conduct Delayed Generic Competition, Causing Consumers And The State To Pay More For Provigil A settlement between Delaware, 47 other states, the District of Columbia and the drug company Cephalon could result in up to $250,000 to be paid to Delaware consumers to resolve claims the company delayed generic versions of Provigil from entering […]




Kent County Man Sentenced for Manslaughter

Others face prison time for rape, gun, and drug charges A 30-year-old Magnolia man was sentenced to prison in connection with a July 2015 killing in the Simon Circle neighborhood in Dover. Deputy Attorney General Stephen Welch secured the sentence for Erick Morton, after Morton pled guilty to Manslaughter. Morton was identified by surveillance video […]




Fraudulent Firefighter Charity Calls Stopped and Misleading Donations Given to Delaware Firefighters After AG Office Investigation

Misleading charitable solicitations that were misrepresented as going to Delaware fire companies have ended as a result of an investigation and a Cease and Desist Agreement from the Delaware Department of Justice targeted at Firefighter Support Services, Inc., a Michigan organization, and almost $6,000 in contributions will be returned to the Delaware fire community. The […]




Delaware Joins Suit to Block Health Insurance Merger Of Aetna and Humana

Combination Would Significantly Reduce Competition In Delaware Medicare Advantage Market Delaware’s Attorney General will join the U.S. Department of Justice and eight other attorneys general in opposing the merger of health insurance companies Aetna and Humana – the third and fifth largest health insurance companies in the country – arguing that the combination would reduce […]







 Pages Tagged With: "DOJ"

Prosecutors Secure Sentence For Theft From Vulnerable Family Members

Other defendants face probation and convictions for financial exploitation and armed robbery Attorneys with the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained several criminal convictions and sentences: Alethea Davis-Moses, 46, of Chester, Pennsylvania pled guilty to Financial Exploitation of a Patient in a case handled by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Barchi and Special Investigator Joe Trala. […]




Drug Company To Pay Consumers And State For Precluding Competition

Anticompetitive Conduct Delayed Generic Competition, Causing Consumers And The State To Pay More For Provigil A settlement between Delaware, 47 other states, the District of Columbia and the drug company Cephalon could result in up to $250,000 to be paid to Delaware consumers to resolve claims the company delayed generic versions of Provigil from entering […]




Kent County Man Sentenced for Manslaughter

Others face prison time for rape, gun, and drug charges A 30-year-old Magnolia man was sentenced to prison in connection with a July 2015 killing in the Simon Circle neighborhood in Dover. Deputy Attorney General Stephen Welch secured the sentence for Erick Morton, after Morton pled guilty to Manslaughter. Morton was identified by surveillance video […]




Fraudulent Firefighter Charity Calls Stopped and Misleading Donations Given to Delaware Firefighters After AG Office Investigation

Misleading charitable solicitations that were misrepresented as going to Delaware fire companies have ended as a result of an investigation and a Cease and Desist Agreement from the Delaware Department of Justice targeted at Firefighter Support Services, Inc., a Michigan organization, and almost $6,000 in contributions will be returned to the Delaware fire community. The […]




Delaware Joins Suit to Block Health Insurance Merger Of Aetna and Humana

Combination Would Significantly Reduce Competition In Delaware Medicare Advantage Market Delaware’s Attorney General will join the U.S. Department of Justice and eight other attorneys general in opposing the merger of health insurance companies Aetna and Humana – the third and fifth largest health insurance companies in the country – arguing that the combination would reduce […]