Prison,Probation,Sentence (law),Adoption,Fraud

Woman sentenced to 100 days in jail, four years probation in adoption fraud

January 17, 2017

A Tucson woman involved in an adoption scam involving a Boston couple was sentenced Tuesday to 100 days in jail and four years probation. Pima County Superior Court Judge Casey McGinley told Karla Vargas that after reviewing the case Friday he was prepared to sentence her to prison for a financial crime he said was both unusual and emotionally harmful. However, McGinley told the 35-year-old woman he reconsidered because she has had a tragic life, and also because the victims in...

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