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One of the basic assumptions about law and the justice system in the United States is that if you are tried for a crime, you have a right to face your accuser, and through your defense attorney,  you have a right to cross-examine them and the statements and claims they make in court.  The Supreme...
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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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In the corporate world, white collar crime is far from sparse. Business people have access to all sorts of insider information, funds, assets, etc. and these crimes can be very scandalous, especially when powerful faces in business are involved. If you take the risk of committing a white collar crime, you can face many years...
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What Makes an Effective Federal Criminal Defense Attorney? There are a number of traits that make a successful federal criminal defense lawyer. Some of the more obvious skills include intelligence, interpersonal skills, experience, and excellent written and oral communication. These skills are generally what people look for when they are seeking the help of a...
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Before a defendant can face prosecution in a criminal case, they must be in their “right” mind in order to understand the charges being brought against them. Known as “competence”, when a defendant’s mental state restricts them from comprehending the charges in their case, the court will deem them as incompetent to stand trial. When...
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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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When people think of embezzlement, they generally think of a corporate officer stealing millions of dollars from company funds. Although this is true, there are many other ways one can be convicted of embezzlement. For example, taking money from deposits before bringing them to the bank or using a company credit card for non-related company...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime, or has pled guilty to a federal crime and accepted a plea deal which did not contain a guaranteed sentence or range of sentencing, you might be wondering what to expect post-conviction at a sentencing hearing. One important thing to be aware...
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The federal criminal justice system can be daunting and scary for individuals accused of crimes. Federal criminal charges are serious matters which should never be taken lightly. Being under investigation for suspected federal criminal acts can be stressful. Do not let the law be used against you. Do not let investigative agents or the federal...
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If you or a loved one has been charged with a federal crime, this is likely a scary and upsetting time for you and your family. Federal criminal charges often carry lengthy prison sentences. Although every federal criminal law case is unique, most generally they contain three basic steps, or stages, which we have outlined...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime or you have reason to believe that the conclusion the jury came to was wrong, or that your trial was biased or unfair in some way, you may be interested in an appeal. Or, you may be interested in appealing a sentence...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime, and believe that the jury got the verdict wrong, you may be looking for an opportunity to “overturn” the verdict – to challenge the conclusion the jury came to so that you or your loved one gets their good name exonerated. Many...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime, or has pled guilty to a federal crime and accepted a plea deal which did not contain a guaranteed sentence or range of sentencing, you might be wondering what to expect at the sentencing hearing for your case. When judges look to...
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Digital Currency To Fight Bit Coin Crimes Bit Coin Crimes In today’s world, everything is going digital. From shopping to placing an order and processing payments, all transactions are now conducted over the electronic medium. It was only a matter of time before the law enforcement personnel caught up to speed with this new technology....
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Federal Government Is Attempting To Undermine The Civil Forfeiture Reform Equitable sharing is a United States program under which all proceeds arising on liquidated seized assets are shared between the federal law enforcement authorities and the state. In recent developments, it has been observed that the lawmakers are trying their best to remove California from...
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Guidelines For Federal Prosecutors : For years, the U.S. Department of Justice has been accused of being too soft on Wall Street criminals. The legal experts at the department have rarely taken any punitive actions against major corporation owners and high-profile executives for their involvement in white collar crimes. However, all that is about to...
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California election officials are currently reversing one of the policies that prohibit 45,000 felons from casting ballots in elections. This move will place the Golden State at the forefront in a nationwide movement to enhance voting rights for all ex-criminals. Up until now, California has maintained the state laws that disallow felons from voting, not...
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Last month, one of the most popular Pacific island casinos was hit with a fine of $75 million for violating the U.S. anti-money-laundering laws. This month, the casino operator has successfully settled the criminal case with the Department of Justice. As part of the non-prosecution agreement by the U.S. Department for Justice, the Tinian Dynasty...
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For more than a decade now, the US government along with governments around the world have been fighting international money laundering with ever toughening anti-money laundering (AML) laws. As technology changes, and banks, governments and other entities leverage technology to track money laundering activities online, some money launderers have pulled funds out of financial institutions...
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