Case Closed: No More Neasham

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As reported in previous Expect Focus issues, People v. Neasham involved an insurance agent’s criminal conviction for felony theft in connection with the sale of an annuity to an elderly woman whom prosecutors claimed had apparent dementia, and the subsequent reversal of that conviction by a California Court of Appeal. On January 15, 2014, the California Supreme Court denied a petition for review, thus sustaining the conviction’s reversal.

 

Topics:  Annuities, Convictions, Insurance Agents

Published In: General Business Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Insurance Updates

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