Home Foreclosure Woman accused of defrauding Treasury’s MHA program considers dropping motion

Woman accused of defrauding Treasury’s MHA program considers dropping motion

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Woman accused of defrauding Treasury’s MHA program considers dropping motion

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan. 3 – Eva Christine Rodriguez has been charged with wire fraud in connection with a scam under the US Treasury Department’s Making Home Affordable (MHA) program to avoid foreclosure.

On January 3, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Analisa Torres, held proceedings. Inner City Press has it covered.

Ms. Rodriguez’s lawyer, noting the recent entry into the case, has proposed deletion motions.

Judge Torres requested these motions by February 4 and the in limine motions by March 22 before a trial on May 16.

The case is US v. Rodriguez, 20-cr-513 (Torres)

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