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Penalties for Wire Fraud

May 18, 2022

When you’re accused of a crime, especially a federal crime, it can uproot your life and make recovery difficult. Overcoming even your criminal record can be tough, let alone the fines, prison time, and other penalties you may face.  But how severe are those penalties, and what do you need to know about the charges...

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What Happens if You Make False Accusations?

May 10, 2022

Making false accusations can have serious legal implications. If you are someone who has been charged with making false accusations, it is important to understand the law and what you can do to protect yourself. In this blog post, we explore what happens if you make false accusations and discuss the legal consequences of making...

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Facing Federal Conspiracy Charges? Here’s What You Need to Know

Feb 24, 2022

Federal conspiracy is, without a doubt, the most common federal crime. It is basically an agreement between two or more people to commit a federal crime. Prosecutors use it in a wide range of cases, from fraud to drug trafficking, white-collar crimes to violent crimes. If you are being investigated for conspiracy to commit a...

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Dec 12, 2021

What Is the Difference Between Assault and Battery? While assault and battery are similar, they are not the same. When someone commits an act that causes the victim to have a reasonable fear of danger or unwanted touch, this is referred to as battery. Assault, on the other hand, occurs when someone intentionally injures or...

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When Is Murder a Federal Crime?

Nov 11, 2021

The elements that constitute the crime of murder may vary in different legal systems, but generally include the following: The homicide is premeditated, and the perpetrator still commits the relevant behavior even knowing that the relevant behavior will cause the death of others. Even if there is no specific target of murder, the relevant behavior...

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