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Federal Crimes
Criminal In Handcuffs
The Hells Angels, the Latin Kings, the Gambino Crime Family, Major League Baseball, the LAPD, Donald Trump, and the Roman Catholic Church all have something in common. They have all been tried on RICO charges, each with varying degrees of prosecutorial success. What are RICO charges and what are their consequences? What should you do...
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Criminal Law
Federal sentencing guidelines provide United States federal criminal judges in federal courts with a set of criteria that can help determine prison time for federal offenses. The guidelines were implemented to make federal sentencing more equitable for anyone tried as a federal criminal and convicted of federal crimes. The federal sentencing guidelines manual factors in...
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Resist an Arrest
Federal charges are extremely serious and should never be taken lightly. Federal Agents will often make arrests when they know individuals are least likely to put up a “fight”, like in the middle of the night, or in the early morning when you are not yet fully awake. This may be the scariest moment in...
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Attorney Meeting With Client
If you receive a letter from a federal prosecutor that says you are the target of a grand jury investigation, then you’ve received what’s called a target letter, and generally, it will read like this.  What Is a “Target”? In a federal criminal investigation, people are put into three different categories: witness, subject and target....
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forgery
What is Forgery? You have most likely seen forgery play out in movies and TV where one person is signing another person’s signature for some type of monetary gain, but most people don’t really know the real meaning of forgery in all its incarnations. So what is forgery and why is it considered such a...
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Federal Investigations: Why? Federal investigations are the first step in the federal criminal justice process. Generally, they are launched by the filing of a credible crime report, data that has been gathered by a federal intelligence agency, information from defendants in pending criminal cases who are seeking leniency, or from a parallel civil investigation being...
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If you are a crime show fanatic or have been following the recent news reports regarding the college admissions scandal with celebrities Huffman and Laughlin, you have probably heard of the word “indictment”. Simply put, an indictment is a formal accusation against someone who is suspected of committing a serious crime, filed after the conclusion...
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Wire Fraud Elden
Wire fraud occurs using a telephone, the Internet, electronic transfer or anything similar to commit fraud. Some specific examples of wire fraud might be gathering personal information under false pretexts for the intention of stealing money or purposefully misrepresenting a service or product you are selling. Sometimes, people are faced with wired fraud charges when...
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For many people, the word racketeering suggests images of massive criminal enterprises and infamous cases. Well recognized names, from John Gotti to Harvey Weinstein, have been associated with racketeering, but it’s also a crime that occurs quite commonly on a much smaller scale. In 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) was passed....
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