Monthly Archives: January 2019

No one ever wants to get audited. When business owners are facing an ICE audit though, it is even more intimidating. These audits are conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the number of them have skyrocketed over the past … Continue reading

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Kidnapping is typically a crime that starts at the state level. Under Illinois Compiled Statutes 720 ILCS 5/10-1, kidnapping is secretly confining someone against their will, or using deceit or secrecy to take a person from one place to another. … Continue reading

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Identity theft has become a well-known term in recent years. However, until recently it had no legal definition. It was not until the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998 that identity theft was recognized as a crime. And … Continue reading

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Even with the widely publicized arrest and later conviction of Martha Stewart for insider trading, many people still are not aware of what this crime entails. Many also think that it is a crime of the affluent or those that … Continue reading

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