Oral written sworn unsworn signed unsigned Material fact that influences relied

Oral written sworn unsworn signed unsigned material

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Oral, written, sworn, unsworn, signed, unsigned Material fact that influences: relied vs favorable Knowing or knowingly Person having actual knowledge of information, acts in deliberate ignorance of the truth of falsity of the information No proof if specific intent to defraud required. False Claims and statements Falsified contractor qualifications False Certifications or assurances False records or invoices Invoices from nonexistent companies Claims made on duplicate or altered invoices Billing fictitious employees Billing for goods and services not provided Inflated costs or substitution for cheaper product Obstruction of Justice What is it? Obstructing the administrative and due process of law (destruction, alteration, falsification of records, intimation, threats, bribery, withholding information) Only necessary that the accused endeavored to obstruct justice What are the techniques? Delay Game Refusal to voluntarily provide requested documents/legal battle Over compliance Drown government with documentation: Example: IBM 75 million pages Outright threats and coercion Usually state, local or “third world” countries Example: environmental law and safety requirements Spoliation of Evidence Intentional vs. Negligent
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