Virginia Stockbroker Fraud Questions & Answers

Q: can a felon have his conviction removed from his records without having the crime dismissed?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Stockbroker Fraud for Virginia on
Answered on May 6, 2018
Steve Miyares' answer
Not in Virginia. If you were convicted of the offense in Virginia, then the conviction is permanent and can not be removered or expunged from your criminal record.

Q: Can real estate salespersons legally set their own commission rate or their supervising brokers have legal final say?

1 Answer | Asked in Stockbroker Fraud and Real Estate Law for Virginia on
Answered on Jan 12, 2018
Richard Sternberg's answer
You are a sales agent for your broker. You do not define much of anything for your broker as a matter of law. But, as a practical matter in the marketplace for decades now, agents who produce have more power than their supervising brokers. As long as you are producing and covering more than the broker's cost for you (insurance, desk, training), as well as paying whatever share you agreed to pay, you can probably write your own ticket *with the broker's approval*. Indeed, successful agents in...

Q: If a person has 40 charges of identity theft credit card forgery and credit card fraud. What would the punishment be?

1 Answer | Asked in Stockbroker Fraud, Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Virginia on
Answered on Dec 18, 2017
Susan Fremit's answer
It will depend on whether the alleged offenses can be proven and if yes, how many the commonwealth will proceed on. Sentencing guidelines may be increased by any prior record you have.

Q: Gud day.can u please gve me some samle cses about obligations and rights of warehouseman upon the receipts

1 Answer | Asked in Stockbroker Fraud for Virginia on
Answered on Aug 4, 2015
Adam Studnicki's answer
This is too general to answer. A local lawyer can advise based on your specific circumstances.

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