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The Federal Juvenile Delinquency Act

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

If a person under the age of 18 years old violates a federal law, he or she is considered to have committed an act of juvenile delinquency. In some cases, defendants between the ages of 18 and 21 years old can actually be processed as a juvenile, which can have important repercussions for sentencing… Read More »

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Understanding Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Fraud

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Many people are familiar with the term fraud and what it involves. Few, however, know that a person can actually be convicted of conspiracy to commit fraud, which unlike actual fraud, does not deal with attempting to defraud another person, but with the intention or agreement between two or more parties to engage in… Read More »

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Defending Against Charges of Mortgage Fraud

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Many people who are charged with mortgage fraud were not even aware that their actions were unlawful. For help defending yourself against these types of charges, please contact our white collar crime legal team today. Defining Mortgage Fraud   Mortgage fraud is broadly defined as the act of deliberately providing false or misleading information… Read More »

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Video Voyeurism

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although video voyeurism is unlawful under both state and federal law, the elements that prosecutors must prove and the penalties for conviction differ, making it especially important for those who have been charged with federal video voyeurism to consult with an experienced federal crime attorney who can help them begin formulating a strong defense…. Read More »

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Appealing Your Drug Conviction

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Drug crimes are some of the most aggressively prosecuted federal offenses that a person can be charged with. Convictions also tend to have especially devastating consequences for defendants, as they include lengthy prison sentences, hefty fines, and the creation of a permanent record. The latter can make it difficult for people to secure employment… Read More »

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Asset Seizure

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Many people associate being charged with a federal crime with arrest, detainment, and an eventual trial. While these are all important aspects of being charged with a federal offense, one lesser known consequence is asset seizure by law enforcement. The government is permitted to seize someone’s personal property if it determines that the property… Read More »

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Cybercrime Charges

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Computers and other electronic devices that allow us to connect to the internet have become a staple in most of our lives. Unfortunately, because so many people are online at any given time, it has become easier for law enforcement agencies to prosecute people for internet crimes that they may not even have known… Read More »

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Investment Fraud

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

The FBI defines investment fraud as the illegal sale or purported sale of financial instruments. This is a relatively broad definition, so it is not uncommon for defendants to be unfairly accused of committing this offense. To ensure that you are not convicted of an investment-based crime that you did not commit, please call… Read More »

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Defining Wire Fraud

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although many people are aware of the term “wire fraud,” few are aware of how broad the definition of this offense really is. Unfortunately, this means that many people are unfairly accused of committing wire fraud, which can be charged in both state and federal court, making it especially important for these individuals to… Read More »

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Making False Entries in the Records of an Interstate Carrier

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Federal prosecutors only have jurisdiction over a select number of crimes, which is why most criminal matters are tried in state court. There are, however, a few specific types of offenses over which the federal government has jurisdiction, including matters involving interstate commerce. This is because the Commerce Clause contained in Article I, Section… Read More »

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