Monthly Archives: April 2019

There are many types of fraud that are classified as federal offenses. Many of these types of fraud are self-explanatory. Mail fraud indicates fraud that used the U.S. Postal Service to carry out the act. Wire fraud uses electronics such … Continue reading

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For Lori Loughlin, her husband, and several others involved in the college admissions scandal, the news only gets worse. Now, these defendants and several others have been charged with money laundering in addition to the charges they were already facing. … Continue reading

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It was in late March that Michael Avenatti, the attorney that became famous while representing Stormy Daniels, was arrested on multiple charges, including extortion.  Extortion becomes a federal crime when certain factors are involved, such as the use of mail … Continue reading

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The term “obstruction of justice” is one that is heard a lot in the news these days. What does it really mean though, to obstruct justice? What is involved in the crime, and what are the penalties if convicted? To … Continue reading

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