GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO) -- The woman who headed up a mortgage document processing company is headed to federal prison for as long as 20 years. Lorraine Brown pleaded guilty in federal court in Grand Rapids Monday to a racketeering charge for orchestrating a scheme of robo-signing, where the company signed thousands of mortgage documents for customers nationwide without actually reviewing the paperwork. Brown headed up a company known as DocX, which was paid by the number of documents produced and has also pled guilty to similar charges in Missouri.
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