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What is Structuring and Why is it Unlawful?

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

In an effort to deter certain types of white collar crime, namely tax evasion and money laundering, the federal government has placed a number of restrictions on financial institutions. For instance, under federal law, banks must report any deposits over $10,000 if they are made in cash. Attempting to avoid detection by making multiple… Read More »

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Violating Federal Probation or Supervised Release

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Many first time offenders who are convicted of non-violent crimes are given the opportunity to avoid jail time by completing probation or supervised release. Depending on the classification of a charge, the duration of probation or supervised release could be anywhere from one to five years. Those who fail to comply with the terms… Read More »

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Third Party Misrepresentation

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Securities fraud is one of the most commonly charged white collar crimes in Florida and involves an investor making a sale or purchase on the stock market based on false information and in violation of securities laws. There are actually a number of different types of securities fraud, the most common of which include… Read More »

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Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although most drug offenses are charged in state court, certain offenses, such as trafficking, are sometimes tried by federal prosecutors, as drug sales often involve the crossing of state lines. Convictions for federal drug offenses tend to come with particularly severe penalties, so if you have been charged with drug trafficking in federal court,… Read More »

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Simple Drug Possession

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Although most criminal offenses fall under the purview of individual states, certain activities, such as drug possession, are also prohibited by federal law. While the definition of what qualifies as possessing a controlled substance is usually the same when it comes to state and federal law, the latter tends to come with much more… Read More »

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Selective Disclosure and Insider Trading

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

A person can be charged with insider trading if he or she is accused of trading shares of stock or other securities based on material information about a company that is not known to the general public. In fact, a person can be convicted of this offense even if there is no proof that… Read More »

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Attorney Annabelle Nahra Interviewed By Houston Based News Station

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Has prosecution of criminals become more about making money? Majority of shoplifting crimes involve merchandise under $200, NASP says HOUSTON – Jeff Moore has seen handcuffs slapped on a lot of perpetrators over the years. “I’ve seen people taken right to jail,” he said. The Houston-based owner of Top Gun Security and Investigations has worked with retailers… Read More »

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What is Securities Fraud?

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Stealing from or deceiving investors is known as securities fraud and can be charged as a felony offense. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for those who work in stocks and investing to be unfairly accused of securities fraud, which can have devastating consequence, so if you have been charged with this offense, it is… Read More »

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Federal Conspiracy Charges

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Federal conspiracy laws were put in place to help discourage major crimes that involve more than a single person. Unfortunately, these laws are often wielded against a group of defendants as a tactic to turn them against each other, which can lead to unfair results, especially if one defendant is able to avoid conviction… Read More »

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Types of Fraud-Based Offenses

By Jeffrey S. Weiner |

Most, though not all, white collar crimes involve some sort of fraudulent conduct. Although crimes of this nature usually only have a financial component, they still come with serious penalties, including fines and jail time, so if you have been accused of committing a fraud-related offense, it is important to begin working on your… Read More »

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