Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster discusses a Boone County, Missouri grand jury decision to hand down a 136-count indictment against DOCX, LLC and its founder for forgery and making a false declaration related to mortgage documents in St. Louis on February 7, 2012. The forgery and false declaration counts each allege that the person whose names appears on 68 notarized deeds of release on behalf of the lender is not the person who actually signed the paperwork. The mass-produced fradulent signatures on notarized real estate documents constitutes forgery. Forgery is a Class C felony with a penalty of seven years in prison for each count. DOCX'S role in the robo-signing process came to national attention after a piece on the CBS television show 60 Minutes. UPI/Bill GreenblattPhoto: UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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