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What is Election Fraud?

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although election fraud charges can be and are filed in state court on a regular basis, it is also not uncommon for this type of offense to be investigated and prosecuted by the federal government. For this reason, it is important for those who are being investigated by a federal agency for an election… Read More »

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Public Corruption Charges in Florida

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Some white collar crime trials receive little media attention and so don’t have dramatic repercussions for defendants when it comes to their personal or business reputations, especially if they are not public figures. Public corruption does not typically fall under this category, as most defendants who are accused of this offense are well-known in… Read More »

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Facing Arson Charges in Federal Court

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Those who are accused of arson are usually charged in state court. However, it is also not uncommon for a defendant to be charged with arson in federal court, which can have more serious consequences, as federal offenses tend to be aggressively prosecuted and often come with harsher penalties. A person can only be… Read More »

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Interstate Domestic Violence

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Almost all offenses related to assault, battery, or domestic violence fall under state law, with the exception of crimes committed against federal employees and interstate domestic violence, which is prohibited under the federal law known as the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). However, a defendant can only be charged with this crime in federal… Read More »

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Florida Embezzlement Charges

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although most of us hear about embezzlement cases pretty regularly in the news, a surprising number of people only have a general idea of what this offense actually entails. This is especially true in Florida, which criminalizes this type of conduct differently than many other states, so if you are being investigated for embezzlement,… Read More »

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Robbery Involving a Controlled Substance

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Federal robbery charges come with notoriously harsh penalties. In fact, a first time offender with a previously clean criminal record could end up spending ten years in prison, even if he or she is only accused of conspiring with someone else to commit the robbery, but never actually ended up completing the act. Formulating… Read More »

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What it Means to be Charged with a White Collar Crime

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Most people have heard of white collar crimes even if they aren’t sure exactly how they’re defined. As the name suggests, this type of offense is commonly understood as being committed by white collar workers. The reality, however, is that white collar offenses can be committed by anyone, although it is true that this… Read More »

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What it Means to be Charged with Committing a Major Fraud Against the U.S.

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Most white collar crimes involve allegations of some sort of fraud. In many cases, the fraudulent schemes that are the basis of a charge were allegedly committed against an individual or a single company. However, there are situations in which a defendant is charged not with committing a crime against a person or business,… Read More »

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Can Private Corporate Conduct be Prosecuted?

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although it is surprising to many people, private individuals can be prosecuted for a wide range of seemingly innocuous business-related conduct, including failing to comply with the exact provisions of an employee manual, failing to provide information about expenditures to an employer, or disclosing certain business-related information to a third party. All of this… Read More »

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Solicitation to Commit a Violent Crime

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Criminal charges should always be taken seriously, regardless of whether they fall under the purview of federal or state courts. However, federal charges should be given special consideration, as they tend to be more thoroughly investigated and aggressively prosecuted, and also often come with much more severe penalties. For this reason, it is important… Read More »

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