Leslie Lyle Camick was convicted of mail fraud, wire fraud, material false statement to the U.S. Patent Office, three counts of aggravated identity theft, and obstruction of justice, all stemming from his unlawful use of his deceased brother’s
Case opinion for US 3rd Circuit LESLIE LYLE CAMICK v. LESLIE LYLE CAMICK. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS United States of America, Plaintiff, vs. Case No. 13-10042-01-JTM Leslie Lyle Camick,
couple’s assets, Leslie Lyle Camick submitted pleadings which were materially false under the circumstances. He had earlier submitted patent applications under the false Wayne B.
Leslie Lyle Camick, a Canadian native and citizen, petitions for review of two decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA): in No. 16-3506, the BIA’s
united states court of appeals for the tenth circuit _____ leslie lyle camick, petitioner - appellant, v. united states of america,
Leslie Lyle Camick, aka Wayne Camick, Petitioner, represented by Leslie Lyle Camick Christopher E. Smith, Respondent , represented by Lyndon W. Vix City of Winfield, KS & Nicole Hills, Respondent , represented by Michael K. Seck
in the united states district court for the district of kansas leslie lyle camick, plaintiff, vs. case no. 17-1286-efm-geb e.a. wattley,
In the guise of Wayne Camick, Leslie Lyle Camick entered into a business and personal relationship with Lyn Wattley, who funded a joint business enterprise. The relationship ended acrimoniously, Wattley sued for title to the company's assets, and reported that Leslie Lyle Camick had taken a company truck.
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