San Francisco – Miranda Davlin, aka Miranda M., aka Miranda P. Stealing and Law Enforcement of California Lawyers, U.S. Attorney General Stephanie M. Hinds, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Russell George The sentence was upheld by United States District Judge Maxine M. It’s Chesney.

On July 21, 2021, Davlin, a 37-year-old resident of San Francisco, pleaded guilty. In her pardon, Davlin outlined several crimes she had committed against individuals and the government from March 2012 to May 2020. In one of her schemes, Davlin – who has never been a lawyer – convinced her that she had stolen the identities of two California-licensed bar lawyers and that people believed she was a licensed lawyer. Since 2012, Davlin has been taking the names of lawyers and using their license numbers. She paid a government bar fee to an attorney without knowing about her lawyer to continue the power of attorney. Davlin admits to submitting additional address requests to the US Postal Service. Many people hired Davlin as a lawyer. Davlin admits she represented many individuals in the Bay Area County High Court.

Davlin admitted to conspiring to defraud the federal government of $ 368,800. To commit a fraud, Davlin filed a loan application form with the United States Small Business Administration (SPP). PPP is allowed to cover PPP loans, retention, and certain business expenses during the outbreak under the CARES law passed by Congress in March 2020. The Davlin PPP app contains a number of intentional false positives that Davelin confirms to be true. Her statements include that she owns a joint venture of Cancer (CNC) and that she has 2019 salary expenses and that she has paid taxes in 2019. But CNC was just a shell company. In her appeals agreement, Davlin CNC acknowledged that there were no labor or business costs. Davlin admitted in her PPPP loan application that she suspected she had paid false tax returns and business expenses for 2019. As a result of this application, Davlin received a $ 32,700 PPP loan. Davlin said she did not open any business with that money but used it for personal gain.

Davlin admits that she continued her plan and eventually received a large additional loan of $ 336,100 from SBA. In total, Davlin admits that she received $ 368,800 from the SBA in the form of government loans.

In addition to her 18-month jail term for violating USC § 1341 and 18 USC § 1014 for a loan application, U.S. District Judge Maxine M. $ 565,355. The sentence includes five years after Davlin’s release.

Davlin has been in custody since March 2, 2021, and will immediately begin her sentence.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has filed a lawsuit against him. The prosecutor is the result of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Inspector General of the Treasury (TIGTA).