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July 2014 Archives

Larceny charges can be beaten

When disputes arise about property, they can quickly become heated. Perhaps you took too long to return something, perhaps it went missing and you were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. There are any number of ways you could be falsely accused of larceny. The important thing is what you decide to do about it.

What to expect if arrested for a federal crime

Any form of criminal investigation is a matter to be taken seriously. Regardless of the severity of the alleged crime, you could face a lengthy investigation and may have to go to court. As we saw in a previous post, it is possible to fall foul of federal laws without realizing you were doing anything wrong. Each state has its own laws which may differ to some extent from federal laws. Similarly, the process for dealing with criminal cases varies between the state and federal systems.

Veteran charged with identity theft in California

Regardless of the type of charges against you, a criminal investigation can be both emotionally taxing and damaging to your reputation. Even if you are innocent of the allegations laid against you, you may face a lengthy inquiry, negative media attention and even suspension from your job. However, a charge does not guarantee a conviction, so it is vital to remain calm and focus on your defense.

Recycling centers in California shut down on fraud suspicions

When companies become the subject of criminal investigations, many of their employees can become implicated in the charges against them. Unfortunately, this can mean that innocent individuals face charges for fraud despite being unaware of the criminal conduct of their employer. Fortunately, innocence is assumed until guilt is proven, so these individuals may still avoid conviction if they are not shown to have been involved in the crime.

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