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U.S. v Frederick Voight

Frederick Voight has been charged with mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering in relationship to a fraudulent investment scheme in which he victimized several hundred individuals. The Indictment alleges that Frederick Voight committed fraud by utilizing the United States Postal Service and wire transfers in the district of Nebraska and elsewhere across the United States to advance his scheme. It is alleged that through companies he controlled, Frederick Voight devised a scheme to defraud investors who placed money with him to invest in business entities. Frederick Voight obtained money from said investors by means of material false and fraudulent promises/pretenses that he would place the funds as represented. These statements, representations and promises deprived investors of materially valuable information investors needed in deciding how to use their assets and monies.

The information on this website will be updated as new developments arise in the case. If you have any questions, please contact the Victim Witness Coordinator.

Court Date




November 14, 2018 Initial Appearance 2:30pm, Courtroom 2, Robert V. Denney Federal Building, 100 Centennial Mall North, Lincoln, NE

The purpose of this hearing is to advise the defendant of the nature of the criminal charges and to determine if they have an attorney to represent them.



Updated December 11, 2018

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