Death Penalty for Murder for Insurance: Insurance Fraud Is NOT A Victimless Crime

The plaintiffs’ bar, many members of the public, the courts, police and prosecutors believe that insurance fraud is a victimless crime since only an impersonal, rich and disliked corporation is harmed. The California Supreme Court, in a 51 page opinion, found otherwise in People v. Rodriguez ,...

Insurance Fraud is Not a Victimless Crime: Life Insurance Motive for Murder

Life insurance is usually purchased to protect his or her spouse and children in the event of an untimely death. Sometimes life insurance is purchased for a malicious purpose. Insurers have paid benefits to a spouse after a murder only to find later that the beneficiary committed the murder to profit...