Smuggling Offenses

Smuggling Offenses

Federal law strictly regulates products entering and leaving the country. Unfortunately, in its efforts to enforce these regulations, the federal government often accuses those who are innocent, which can have devastating consequences for both personal and business...
Smuggling Offenses

Damage to a religious property

Defendants under federal religious property damage law face serious consequences that can include fines or prison time. To make sure that you are not convicted of a crime you did not commit, contact a federal crime lawyer to help you reduce or even dismiss your...
Smuggling Offenses

Receive the Extortion Product

In Florida, and throughout the country, extortion is aggressively prosecuted. The person accused of extortion is not the only one at risk of being convicted, as the person who receives the proceeds from the exchange can also be arrested and charged. These charges are...
Smuggling Offenses

Federal Drug Conspiracy Charges

A drug conspiracy occurs when two or more people agree to commit a drug related crime. Federal drug conspiracy charges are very broadly defined and do not require either party to actually commit the crime in question. For this reason, many of the accused did not even...
Smuggling Offenses

Mortgage and Loan Fraud

The mortgage and credit industry is highly regulated, so any paperwork mistake made by an employee can easily lead to allegations of fraud. Although prosecutors must prove that a defendant attempted to commit fraud in order to be convicted, the defendants could suffer...
Smuggling Offenses

Resisting Arrest

Resisting arrest is a serious federal offense punishable by up to eight years in prison. Unfortunately, many are unfairly accused of this crime, being victims of excessive use of force by law enforcement officers. To speak to an attorney who can reduce or even dismiss...

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