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Blog Posts in August, 2016

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  • Joint Representation: Can One Attorney Represent All Defendants Charged with the Same Crime?
    Joint Representation: Can One Attorney Represent All Defendants Charged with the Same Crime?

    In mid August, three individuals appeared to burglarize a Deerfield Beach home. They were caught on video by the home’s surveillance system around 2 pm in the afternoon. On the video, it appears that ...

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  • South Florida Sees Heavy Tax Fraud Investigation
    South Florida Sees Heavy Tax Fraud Investigation

    Tax fraud investigations are common and in April of 2016, five men were convicted of running a $108 million dollar fraud scheme out of a South Florida home. Prosecutors claim it is one of the largest ...

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  • Mortgage Fraud: A White Collar Crime with Big Penalties
    Mortgage Fraud: A White Collar Crime with Big Penalties

    Mortgage fraud occurs under a variety of circumstances. For example, it is considered fraud when someone intentionally misrepresents facts on a mortgage loan application to obtain a sum of money that ...

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  • Racketeering: A Serious Crime
    Racketeering: A Serious Crime

    What is racketeering? Imagine you own a tire shop, but business is slow. You devise a plan to scatter tacks along the road in proximity to your tire shop. Business would certainly pick up wouldn’t it? ...

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  • Are You in Violation of the Clean Water Act?
    Are You in Violation of the Clean Water Act?

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates water in many ways, with one of its more paramount functions being to enforce the Clean Water Act (CWA). The CWA was enacted in the 1940s, under the ...

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  • Warrant vs. Subpoena: What's the Difference?
    Warrant vs. Subpoena: What's the Difference?

    What is a warrant? A legal document allowing a search to be performed, an arrest to be made or another legal action to be carried out. What is a Subpoena? A legal request for a person to appear in ...

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