Monthly Archives: September 2019

Being convicted of a federal crime such as bankruptcy fraud or embezzlement is a scary thing. Upon hearing the conviction, accused individuals wonder what they are going to do, and what comes next. They may consider filing an appeal, but … Continue reading

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Recently, a Pensacola man was charged with human trafficking in three different states. The charges came after multiple federal search warrants turned up evidence of this offense and a number of others in several massage parlors across the country. While … Continue reading

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A recent story involving a U.S. astronaut has made headlines around the country. The astronaut, who spent six months onboard the International Space Station, has returned home, but the headlines may not be what she expected. Instead of being touted … Continue reading

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During a federal criminal trial, prosecutors have to prove a number of elements in their case. One of those elements is the legal concept of ‘mens rea’ or criminal intent. This is true in most cases, although there are certain … Continue reading

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