Consumer Fraud

The definition for consumer fraud is any instance in which an individual suffers a financial or personal loss because of unfair, deceptive, false, illegitimate or misleading business practices. Consumer fraud targets the most naïve segments of the population, with the elderly and college students being the most frequent victims, but the truth is that even the savviest customer can be a target.

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Attorney says Maine is illegally detaining 13-year-old

By Patty Wight, Maine Public • May 22, 2019 3:40 pm A Maine attorney says her 13-year-old client is being illegally detained at Long Creek Youth Development Center. Sarah Branch has petitioned the Maine Supreme Judicial Court in the case, arguing that the teen has been ordered to undergo mental and behavioral health treatment in order to gain […]

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