|By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
An attorney who has represented Cohen in the past could not be reached for comment.
The charges relate to Cohen's claim to
The four-page indictment offers few details, but it refers to an incident laid out in court filings in the
In an order finding that a lower court did not violate Cohen's due-process rights,
When state insurance investigators sought to reach the representative who supposedly signed the form, "Cohen thwarted the
Cohen's detention hearing is at
In a January interview, Cohen denied
"I will quite literally spend the rest of my life and every dollar to my name fighting this," he said in an interview.
Officials with the
"At the time this action was taken, the department ... had serious concerns that the company was financially impaired or insolvent," said
In its April ruling,
Ordered to bring them back, Cohen blocked Indemnity's front entrance with one sports car and a parking lot entrance with the other. The company had to tow them because he didn't leave the keys. Cohen said he tried to do so that day but the office was locked.
He said in January that he regretted the "stupid, childish" way he returned the vehicles.
"That was the one thing I've done wrong in this whole thing," he said.
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