I am a broker who specializes in getting bank instruments (bank guarantees, and stand by letters of credit) for clients who then will use to finance their various big projects. I charge a fee for doing it, and the fee for the instrument which is sent to the provider of instrument. I was notified by a private investigator who tells me one of my clients stole public funds from a school system although he has documentation of a loan, the investigator tells me I could be in trouble because they were stolen and I received them (now receiving stolen money) although I never knew they were stolen and my client signed a form saying the funds were not of any criminal activity and of clean origins, is he right? and the school system is out of California
Answered on: 10/07/13, 9:41 am by Michael E. Hendrickson
No, based upon the facts you've described, I would very much doubt it
(that this investigator is right in regard to his assessment
of your possible criminal liability).
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