Former Assumption Life VP faces trial on fraud and forgery charges

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Paul LeBlanc is going to trial sometime in the new year, facing charges of defrauding five people as well as his former employer of more than $5,000. LeBlanc is also facing two charges related to falsifying documents. LeBlanc made a brief court appearance Wednesday morning, when his lawyer Michael Crystal asked to change his bail conditions. 

Employee fraud and falsifying documents

LeBlanc worked at Assumption Life for 15 years and was fired in September 2015.  He was vice-president of marketing and sales. Between Dec. 31, 2000 and Sept. 22, 2015 LeBlanc is accused of defrauding Norman LeBlanc, Ethel LeBlanc, René LeBlanc, Patricia Bird-LeBlanc and Ann LeBlanc of more than $5,000. 

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.