Is faking your own death a crime?  And what fees can you get?  – Questions and answers on criminal law in Georgia


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Is faking your own death a crime? And what…

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A: A Georgia attorney may be the best responder, but your position will remain open for two weeks. When this happens in connection with life insurance benefits, which is the usual scenario, it is usually insurance fraud. Outside of this or other contexts involving illegal acts (but instead being carried out as a hoax, attention stunt, etc.), a Georgia criminal justice attorney should advise there. Much luck

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