Nevada v Tracy
Tracy Lawrence was only 43 years old when it appears she took her own life after blowing the whistle on a foreclosure scheme involving “robo-signing,”  which was implemented by a company used by most banks when repossessing homes, Lender Processing Services (“LPS”), based in Jacksonville, Florida.  According to KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, Lawrence admitted that she had fraudulently notarized about 25,000 documents as part of the fraudulent foreclosure scheme.
robosignnotarypleading.pdf
2011-12-09_Dismissal_Tracy.tiff
2011-11-14_Plea_Lawrence.tiff
2011-11-03-Bindover_Lawrence.tiff