Understanding Fraud Charges

September 14, 2016

Being convicted for committing fraud can have serious, life-altering consequences. The punishments associated with a fraud conviction can include substantial financial penalties, jail time, and probation. Under California law, fraud encompasses several different offenses. It is generally considered to be

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Cracking Down on Cybercrime

October 21, 2014
Cracking Down on Cybercrime

The Justice Department will be expanding its National Security division to address ever growing cybercrime. Cybercrime Marks a Change in Landscape According to assistant attorney general for national security John Carlin, the division will now be taking on threats to

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Real Housewives, Real Fraud

October 3, 2014
Real Housewives, Real Fraud

Stars of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Teresa and Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice were recently sentenced to prisons time by a federal judge for conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud charges. Prison Terms for Fraud Convictions Teresa Giudice, 42, has been sentenced to

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