Former California DMV employee was sentenced to 2 years for bribery and fraud in relation to the management of test results

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As a former employee of the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has been recently sentenced to two years in prison for taking bribes in exchange for the change of the agency’s database — falsely suggesting that some people pass the driving test.

Aaron Gilliam, 51, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bribery, to commit identity theft and the perpetration of unlawful access to a computer, the Sacramento Bee reported

Between April 2016 and July 2017, Gilliam took the money, and to change records in Hollywood to the DMV, so it seems to me that people have passed in the written examinations, despite the fact that they can’t or don’t take the test. He had been working on the site for more than a decade.

A federal investigation reveals that a total of 57 fraudulent driver’s licences and the licences were to be issued as a result of the Village’s activities.


One of the other old Southern-California-DMV worker has received a federal prison last month after pleading guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for commercial driver licenses (CDLs).

Kari Scattaglia’s, 40’s, and was responsible for at least 68 of the fraudulent CDLs or permits, in accordance with her plea agreement.

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