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December 2015 Archives

Three arrested for alleged package theft in Irvine

Receiving a theft charge in California can create all sorts of problems. First, your reputation is placed in jeopardy as having a criminal conviction on your record could limit your future opportunities. Further, thefts may be considered misdemeanors or felonies based on the value of what was allegedly taken. An individual charged with theft may be facing penalties ranging from fines to incarceration.

RICO Act may be broadly applied by federal authorities

If you own or run a business, you likely understand the implications of conducting transactions that run afoul of the law. If your employees are charged with having committed illegal acts that might be attributed to your business, you may also be charged even if there is no evidence that you were directly involved.

The truth is the basis for building a defense strategy

If you have been arrested for allegedly committing a crime, you may choose to have an attorney represent your interests. Once an attorney is able to speak with you and get a look at the material that is being used as evidence in your case, the attorney may then begin to prepare a defense strategy.

Errors reporting employee information can lead to fraud charges

When a worker is injured on the job in California, he or she is quite likely eligible to receive workers' compensation. It is the responsibility of the employer to see to it that a claim is reported to the proper channels so that the worker gets the appropriate level of compensation.

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