Federal Defense

State and Federal Prosecutors: What Happens When They’re Not Just?

One of the most disconcerting things for a defendant to face is when they sit in trial for a crime they allegedly committed and see the prosecutor engaging in behavior that is wrong in every sense of the word. The legal term is “prosecutorial misconduct” and it can occur at any point during criminal proceedings …

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The Use of Government Snitches – Fair or Unfair??

A recent hot topic In Orange County, California has been the use of in custody government snitches against in-custody defendants.  The Seal Beach, California mass murder case involving Scott Dekraai, involved weeks of hearings resulting from a defense motion to dismiss in which law enforcement personnel and government snitches testified.  The testimony resulted in Orange …

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Things to Consider Before Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal defense attorney When you have been arrested and accused of committing a crime, or you are under investigation, you need to find a criminal defense attorney immediately.  With the internet at your fingertips, it is hard to determine which attorney is perfect for your situation.  Do you pick the attorney who seems to be …

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Federal Criminal Wire Fraud Charges

Fraud is a type of crime that can take on many different identities. Wire fraud charges is one such identity and it occurs when a scam takes place over interstate wires such as phone lines, electronic sources such as fax machines, or over the Internet. People who commit wire fraud are typically looking for personal …

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What Constitutes a Criminal Conspiracy?

  A criminal conspiracy charges occurs when two or more people conspire to commit almost any illegal act, and then take some type of action towards completing that illegal act. The specific action that they take does not need to be illegal; rather, it just has to be an act that would contribute to the …

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