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Remain Silent and contact a crime attorney – Kenney Legal Defense

Crime attorney As a crime attorney, I am often faced with a situation where my client has voluntarily given a statement to the police, and later claims that he was never given his Miranda rights.  Although it depends on the circumstances surrounding the questioning, if a person is contacted by the police and voluntarily answers …

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Attorney Hiring Tips for a Tax Investigation – Kenney Legal

Tax investigation Tips for a hiring an attorney for a tax investigation Defending yourself from tax fraud or a tax investigation?  Be careful… Any good steward of personal finances knows their money inside and out. You are on top of the situation, and it almost seems insulting to invite someone into this world. True though …

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Caught in a mortgage fraud case in Orange County?

Plainly defined, mortgage fraud occurs when you falsely prepare, submit or even simply participate in the submission of documents that support a mortgage or loan application that a financial institution relies upon to loan funds.

Criminal Defenses:  Mistake of Fact and Mistake of Law

Criminal defenses Any reputable criminal defense attorney knows how important it is to assess a client’s criminal case for any potential legal defenses to the crime(s) being charged.  There are specific defenses that are in the California criminal jury instructions (CALCRIM) that lay out all available affirmative defenses for crimes.  Two of the most common …

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A Criminal Fraud Conviction Requires “Intent to Defraud”

There are several different types of criminal fraud which include health care fraud, investment fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud securities fraud, insurance fraud, theft by false pretenses, and embezzlement.  No matter what type of criminal fraud charges a person is facing in California, the prosecution must be able to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt”, the …

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