Monthly Archives: June 2018

Mortgage fraud encompasses several fact patterns or situations all of which are illegal under federal law. Mortgage fraud is characterized by some type of “material misstatement, misrepresentation, or omission in relation to a mortgage loan that is then relied upon … Continue reading

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If you have been convicted of a federal crime, you may wish to appeal your conviction and/or your sentence. Perhaps you believe that the law was not correctly applied or that your case was not appropriately presented. These are valid … Continue reading

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Being convicted of child pornography possession can come with years — even decades — behind bars. If you have been charged or fear you may be charged with such a crime, you are likely interested in how you can defend … Continue reading

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Both Illinois and the federal government have laws prohibiting drug possession, distribution, and manufacture. Thus, any of these activities could be prosecuted by the state or federal authorities. If you have been charged with a drug crime, how is it … Continue reading

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