Insurance 101 – Chapter 15 – Volume 34 – More Criminal Acts

More Criminal Acts

Defendant Fredrick Jackson unsuccessfully appealed from the judgment entered following his no contest plea to insurance fraud and other felonies. The California Court of Appeal, in a not officially published case, The People v. Fredrick Jackson, No. B226533 (Cal.App. Dist.2 02/23/2011) allowed an insurance criminal to waste the time and money of the state judicial system by appealing his sentence after entering a no contest plea to the crime of insurance fraud. As a result the court paid for an appellate lawyer to submit briefs on Jackson’s behalf which raised no issues. To do otherwise would have been unethical because there were no issues. The court then asked Jackson to submit briefs and received no response. As a result the court affirmed his conviction.

The following video was adapted from my book, “Insurance Claims A Comprehensive Guide” Published by the National Underwriter Company and is available at the Zalma Insurance Claims Library

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