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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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Elden Mdma
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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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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If you have been charged with sexual assault, it is vital to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Sexual assault allegations are taken very seriously, and a being convicted of sexual assault secures consequences that will follow an individual for the rest of their life. What Classifies Sexual Assault? Sexual assault is any type...
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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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DUI stands for Driving Under Influence, and it is a major offense in California. Underage DUI is charged with stricter penalties in order to curb the high rise of auto accidents leading to fatalities. When an officer detains or arrests you for a DUI test, you are liable under California law to take it. Refusal...
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DNA evidence is often relied on as an effective means of prosecuting or exonerated individuals suspected of committing crimes. Rape cases, in particular, often require forensic experts to correlate evidence found at the crime scene with the DNA results of suspected offenders. However, there is a strong evidence to suggest that DNA databases do not...
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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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Trade-Based money laundering is a popular method of money laundering which allows organizations to earn, move and store the proceeds of illegal transactions as legitimate trade. Common examples of trade-based money laundering include false-invoicing, over-invoicing and the creation of false documentation for goods or services imported or exported around the world. Trade-based money-laundering is a...
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“Bail” is the commonly used term for something that stands in for someone accused of a crime in order to reasonably assure the court that the accused will appear in court when ordered. Most often, bail is comprised of money, real estate property, or both. Conditions surrounding bail can often include the court setting certain...
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Federal civil rights cases can be tough to prosecute (or so says former US Attorney General Eric H. Holder), but they are also tough to defend, which is why you need a top federal civil rights defense attorney like the attorneys of the Premier Federal Criminal Defenders to defend you if you are accused of...
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Teenagers are often seen as a legal gray area – some argue that teenagers should be charged as adults when they commit crimes, others argue that the brain development and emotional maturity of teenagers prevents them from truly understanding crimes they commit and therefore believe they should be charged as juveniles or children, while still...
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Back in 1994, during President Bill Clinton’s first term in office, a certain mood was captured nationally as gun crimes were contaminating many major U.S cities, and crack was crippling neighborhoods all over. There was a declaration that gangs and drugs had taken over the streets, and the most far-reaching crime bill in history was...
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Last year in Washington D.C., voters decided to join the likes of Colorado and Washington state, and a few other states’ decision on the legalization of growing and possessing small amounts of marijuana. In D.C., though, and unlike most other states, the free will of its voters is never the end of the conversation. It’s...
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Recently, the Supreme Court had a rather straight-forward, if not comical suggestion to the Obama administrations extreme reasoning on why it wanted to deport documented immigrants on drug charges. Justices appeared tired of the recent series of cases they have reversed over the past 10 years; cases in which immigrants have been deported or threatened...
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President Obama has asked for Congress to legislate a law to bolster cyber security in the United States government and private industry’s. An initiative that became more important of late with recent high-profile computer breaches occurring, including the hacking of Sony. In the proposal, which congress would need to approve, there would be an increase in...
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Ross William Ulbricht, the man accused of starting the ‘dark website’ Silk Road  (an extensive black market bazaar that authorities once called the most “sophisticated” and “extensive” haven for online criminal activity), went to trial. He was accused of a plethora of crimes, including drug trafficking, computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic fake IDs, money laundering, and continuing a criminal enterprise, the...
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In Los Angeles, crime fell 6 percent last year in the wide net of the county patrolled by the police department. The agency patrolled the county’s independent areas and 42 cities, including Compton, West Hollywood, and Lancaster. Mirroring national statistics, violent crime fell by 4.9 percent in 2014 compared to the year before, and also...
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