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Posts tagged "Federal Crimes"

Federal crimes: Errors on your tax forms could be fraud

There are so many federal crimes in the United States that it is possible to commit one without even realizing you have done something wrong. Tax fraud or evasion is an example of a crime that falls in the federal jurisdiction. Unfortunately, many people living in Augusta, Georgia, may be committing tax fraud unintentionally.

Man in possession of ricin has case dismissed in federal court

When you have to go to court, the system is designed to protect you just as much as someone who is a victim of a crime. You deserve to have your innocence preserved until you're proven to be guilty. If the prosecution or authorities make a mistake, it could be enough to have your case dismissed.

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.

Federal Bureau of Investigation statistics highlight crimes

As someone accused of a crime, you have a right to know if you're facing a unique charge or one that comes up often. For charges that are filed often, attorneys may have a better idea of how the local courts treat the charges and what you may or may not want to do to help reduce the penalties you could face.

Clinic accused of violating False Claims Act in Georgia

Federal crimes are those that fall under federal jurisdiction. Some crimes, like medical fraud, will be charged at the federal level. It's not always individuals that face charges, either; it can be organizations or business entities, too.

2 tips to fine-tune a defendant's criminal defense

Perhaps police pulled you over and found an unmarked bottle of pills in your pocket while you were crossing state lines. Perhaps an officer thought you stole something from federal property, but the item was yours and you were carrying it on your person when stepped onto the property. Or, maybe a Sheriff's Deputy caught you in the act of mailing some crystal meth to another state. No matter what the circumstance surrounding your arrest and federal crime allegations were, in the United States, you will remain innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Until then, you have every right to defend yourself against your charges.

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