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What is Counterfeiting? Counterfeiting is a crime that occurs when a person manufactures or tries to pass off an item as being authentic when it’s not.  The most common types of counterfeiting occur when trademarks are applied to imitation goods for sale, and fake currency is printed that looks and feels real. But, it goes...
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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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If you are a fan of the hit HBO show, “Big Little Lies”, you most likely tuned in for the final episode of Season 2 last night. This episode was drama-filled, ending with the five main characters, Bonnie, Celeste, Madeline, Renata, and Jane, walking into the police station to most likely confess to the murder...
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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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In California, making a criminal threat falls under Penal Code 422(a) PC. This statute prohibits any person who willfully threatens to commit a crime which will result in death or great bodily injury to another person, and it is to be taken as a threat, even if there is no intent of actually carrying it...
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Criminal Law
The Statute of Limitations or “SOL” is a statute that assigns a certain time after which rights cannot be enforced by legal action or offenses cannot be punished. Therefore, if files are charged after the Statute of Limitation period expires, a person can’t be lawfully arrested or charged for that offense. However, in certain instances,...
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Felony Charges
Getting Your Case Dismissed If you have been charged with a crime, there is a chance you can get the case dismissed when working with a seasoned criminal defense lawyer. They will have the ability to evaluate your case and the various available evidence to determine the possible strategies to obtain a dismissal. This process...
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Accidents Because accidents happen regularly, California law recognizes this, and excuses alleged criminal conduct that occurs accidentally. However, this only applies if the crime that you accidentally committed was without criminal intent or negligence. With this, you should bear no criminal liability, yet, in some accident cases, prosecutors may still file charges if it appears...
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Misdemeanor Under California Penal Code Section 1203.4 PC, a process called “expungement” can allow you to have a misdemeanor conviction removed from your record in California. This process helps individuals with a record secure schooling, an apartment or a job with much more ease. Getting an expungement is much more attainable with an experienced criminal...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime, you may have the ability to appeal that decision. No matter when your conviction was, what federal charges you were convicted of or what firm represented you at your original trial; the Premier Federal Criminal Defenders is your local, experienced federal appeals...
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If federal agents come to your home with a search warrant, the first thing you’ll likely do is wish you had a tough, experienced criminal defense attorney on speed dial. For many people and families, having federal agents come to your home with a search warrant is likely to be one of the most upsetting...
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The house of Judiciary Committee has passed a regulation, which makes the laws imposed to inflict punishment on white collar crimes – lenient. The measure was pushed through so quickly that legal experts had little to no time to react and pass out a solid analysis of the situation – or the potential impact that...
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In most minds, terms like imprisonment and conviction only hold a limited set of meanings – jail time, a probable fine, or being on probation for a definite period of time. But, spending time in prison is not the only consequence of being convicted. That is definitely not where the effects of imprisonment end for...
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U.S. vs. Castro-Navarro On 26th June 2015, 43 year old Juan Castro-Navarro, a drug trafficker from Tijuana, was sentenced for a period of 182 months (15 years) in federal prison. He was charged for video documenting (and performing) the consequences of a drug deal gone bad – the kidnapping, brutal torture, and finally the murder...
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In the 1970s, an act was passed that made it easier to prosecute organized crime in federal court. Known as the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (or RICO Act for short), the act allowed prosecutors to combine several different crimes into one larger, encompassing charge. The goal of the RICO Act was to put...
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The natural order of things is that more laws are passed as time goes on and as issues that arise are addressed by the people that are living at the time. In the United States, government officials have continued to enact laws at both local and federal levels that have impacted our constitutional rights. One...
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  Currently, there is no law that defines what inside trading actually is. Instead, judges and prosecutors have had a great deal of influence and say over what it looks like to trade stock on confidential information; the court system relies heavily on precedence when determining how to convict an individual. The fact that there...
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  Recently, a report was released detailing the involvement of Justice Department officials in soliciting the services of prostitutes abroad, and it was reported that the Justice Department recently sent out a reminder to its employees reminding them that soliciting prostitutes is not allowed under department policy, regardless of whether the individual is on or...
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