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When You Can Be Charged with Bank Fraud

April 20th, 2019

Bank fraud is a serious criminal charge, and it is important that you have an expert legal team on your side to fight it. If you are facing criminal charges due to bank activity, it is important that you understand how and when you can be charged with bank fraud. There are situations in which… View Article

Can Accounting Fraud Be Accidental?

April 10th, 2019

Accounting fraud is a very serious charge that can be levied against companies or individuals. Many businesses and accountants may not even be aware that they are acting fraudulently. Yet the government will still seek to incarcerate and fine those who are convicted of accounting fraud. Can you commit accounting fraud accidentally? And if so,… View Article

When You Are Accused of Forgery—What It Really Means

March 20th, 2019

Forgery may seem like a crime that doesn’t happen too often in today’s technological world. Yet even in a digital society, forgery can still be a crime. If you are accused of forgery, it is important that you understand exactly what you are accused of so that you can defend against it. Even if you… View Article

Immediate Steps to Take If You Are Accused of Insider Trading

March 10th, 2019

If you have been accused of insider trading, you could be facing up to 20 years in prison, steep fines, and additional punishments by the Securities Exchange Commission. If the SEC suspects that you are guilty of insider trading, they will do everything they can to prove it. They will examine all of your records,… View Article

What to Do If Your Business is Facing False Employee Claims

February 20th, 2019

There are many instances in which your business might face false employee claims. Accusations ranging from sexual harassment to fraud can put your managers and your company at risk of lawsuits and criminal charges. How you handle false employee claims will affect the ultimate outcome of any court cases. It is important that you respond… View Article

Your Constitutional Rights During a White-Collar Criminal Case

February 10th, 2019

A white-collar criminal case is often difficult for prosecution and investigators to prove. If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, it is important that you know your constitutional rights in these matters. Investigators and prosecutors will try everything they can to prove your guilt. It is important that you stand up for yourself… View Article

What to Expect From the Divorce Process

January 20th, 2019

Divorce is a very common ending to marriages. The newer generations are causing the divorce rate to drop by as much as 18%, and this could be because of their decisions to wait longer before getting married. However, despite this recent trend, divorces are still very common. If you are thinking about filing for divorce… View Article

DUI Checkpoints and What You Should Know

January 10th, 2019

If you have ever gone through a DUI checkpoint and wondered what your rights are, you’re not alone. However, if you have never gone through one or even heard of one, a DUI checkpoint is a way for police officers to crack down on driving under the influence. Sometimes there will be signs posted days… View Article

Can a DUI Be Expunged From My Record?

December 20th, 2018

It’s bad enough to be charged with and found guilty of a DUI, but it’s even worse that the ramifications of that charge linger. Your DUI stays on your record as an unwanted reminder of your past mistakes! It’s possible that future employers will even deny your employment based on your DUI record. The good… View Article

Don’t Let Your Foreclosure Go Uncontested

December 10th, 2018

Whether the home you live in is your first house or the dream house you saved for until retirement, you cherish your property. You pay your mortgage each month and try to be the best neighbor you can. But what happens in unexpected financial troubles leave you unable to afford your house payments? In a… View Article

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