Lawyer looks into Lying on Resume Case that leads to Jail Time

In Criminal by Greensboro Attorney

Lying on a resume can have a number of ramifications. However, our lawyer reports that there’s been a recent case where a woman lied on her resume and is not facing a minimum of one year in jail.

According to our Greensboro lawyer, the 46-year-old woman applied for a Chief Information Officer role with a big company. She apparently lied about her education and prior employment history. Our lawyer reports that she also posed as a former employer and gave her a glowing recommendation.

The court didn’t take too kindly to this situation and she pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years in prison with a minimum 1 year to be served in prison.

Our Greensboro attorney handles every type of criminal case. Whether it’s lying on a resume or firearm by felon charges our attorney is here to help you and your family when you need us. Contact our criminal lawyer today for help with your next criminal case.