Financial Fraud Law Quiz: New Jersey Mayors Who Have Been Convicted or Pleaded Guilty in Corruption Cases

Financial Fraud Law Quiz: New Jersey Mayors Who Have Been Convicted or Pleaded Guilty in Corruption Cases

 With the bribery, fraud, and extortion conviction last week of Tony Mack, the mayor of Trenton, New Jersey, the Financial Fraud Law Blog and the Financial Fraud Law Report thought we would ask our readers if they could identify the communities in New Jersey that have had mayors convicted or have had mayors who have pleaded guilty in corruption cases.

To make this easier, we are going to limit the time frame to this century, and we are asking you for the names of the communities – not the names of the mayors themselves.

If you are really up-to-date on New Jersey corruption, you’ll also know the name of the town whose former mayor has just been charged by federal prosecutors with wire fraud, illegal monetary transaction, loan application fraud, false statements to the Internal Revenue Service, aggravated identity theft, obstruction of a grand jury investigation, and falsification of records in a federal investigation.

Check back later today to see how well you did on our Financial Fraud Law Quiz!

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