Lubbock Man Gets More Time To Build Bank Fraud Case - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/10/05

Lubbock Man Gets More Time To Build Bank Fraud Case

A Lubbock businessman convicted of multiple counts of conspiracy and bank fraud could get a new trial, or his convictions overturned.

This week, U.S. District Judge Sam Cummings granted Monte Hasie's motion for more time to file briefs. Once Cummings receives those briefs, he will consider overturning Hasie's convictions or he could order a new trial. Hasie's attorneys now have until January 13th to file those briefs.

5/9/05
Bank Fraud Trial Begins For Lubbock Businessmen
Three Lubbock businessmen are on trial Monday for their roles in an alleged bank fraud scheme.

 

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