Pandemic Fraud Conviction Can’t Be Appealed, First Circuit Rules | #phishing | #scams


Aug. 2, 2022, 8:44 PM

A man sentenced to more than four years in prison for his fraudulent Covid-19 relief loan scheme and run from justice waived his appeal rights, a court ruled.

David Staveley’s prison sentence included 44 months for conspiring to commit bank fraud through the scheme and 12 months for failing to appear when he staged a fake suicide and fled the state. The scheme between him and a co-conspirator involved submitting false loan applications on behalf of various entities to obtain Paycheck Protection Program funds.

Staveley argued that the appeal waiver in his plea …



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