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Man receives 16 years in prison for crime spree

A federal crime is significant because of the possibility of a prison sentence even on a first offense. Most federal crimes result in felony charges with minimum prison sentences of one year. No matter what you've done, no one wants to go to prison for any length of time. That's why it's important to develop a defense early on in your case.

How state drug charges can turn federal

A conviction for a drug-related crime in Georgia can result in you spending years in prison and owing thousands of dollars in fines. You cannot take this sentence likely no matter if the court charges you for possession or distribution the material.

Fraud charges: Not all dishonesty is fraud

Fraud is a federal offense, which means that you could face serious penalties if you are accused of the offense and convicted for it. With fraud offenses, there must be some kind of false statement. You must also misrepresent a product or be deceitful in some way.

Common reasons to commit white collar crime

Recently, white collar crime has captured headlines between the trials of Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty to $20 million in bank fraud and other crimes. Although both men have faced prosecution for their crimes, neither man has divulged the motivations behind the fraud.

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