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White Collar Crime Investigations: What You Need to Know

While being investigated for any type of criminal activity is a serious matter, if you are suspected of committing a white collar crime, you could face federal charges. Many people under investigation for white collar crimes do not understand their rights and therefore make mistakes that jeopardize their case. The moment you believe the Federal… Read More »

Kennedy Case Puts Rx Driving in the Spotlight

In February of this year, a New York criminal trial that might have otherwise remained a minor local story made national headlines because the defendant bears the Kennedy name. The prosecution alleged that Kerry Kennedy drove under the influence of prescription medication. Ms. Kennedy was acquitted of the drugged driving offense. The Kennedy drugged driving… Read More »

Evaluating the Terry Stop — Is Stop and Frisk Legal?

You are standing on a corner or walking along a street minding your own business. Does a police officer have the right to stop you or search you without a warrant? The U.S. Constitution says no. But there is a catch. Law enforcement officers are permitted to make an investigative stop. An investigative stop refers… Read More »

Supreme Court Ruling on Asset Forfeiture — Assumes Guilt Until Defendants Prove Their Innocence

Kerri and Brian Kaley were investigated for stealing medical devices and laundering money they earned from sale of the stolen property. The Kaleys arranged for an equity loan to pay for their defense counsel. However, upon the Kaleys being indicted on the charges, the government successfully moved to freeze their assets, thereby leaving them without… Read More »

Supreme Court Decision — Warrantless Searches Okay If One Occupant of Shared Residence Consents

The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. With some exceptions, law enforcement must obtain a warrant based on probable cause before conducting a search of private property or a person. Evidence obtained from an unlawful search is inadmissible. One of the exceptions to the warrant requirement is consent. A police… Read More »

Ohio’s Self-Defense Laws

At the end of last year, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a bill that affects concealed handgun licensure and stand your ground defenses. The Ohio Senate is currently considering the House Bill 203 provisions. HB 203 would make significant changes to several aspects of Ohio’s gun laws, including the legal threshold for a shooting… Read More »

Pain Doctors Walk Tightrope Between Healer and Criminal Suspect

Pain management clinics perform a vital service for patients with chronic illnesses and acute injuries. Without pain medications, some patients would be unable to work or even handle everyday tasks. In some cases, untreated pain would be excruciating and unbearable. However, not everybody who relies on the services of a pain clinic is a legitimate… Read More »

White Collar Criminal Investigations Cast a Wide Net

Co-workers of white collar crime suspects may also need legal representation Even when people work together for years and form what they believe are close relationships, they can be totally unaware of the true nature of their co-workers’ business activities. When those activities include fraud and other white collar crimes, workers can easily become caught… Read More »

Challenging Field Sobriety Tests

Prosecutors often rely heavily on a defendant’s poor results on field sobriety tests to prove impairment in a case involving operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI). The field sobriety tests are supposed to evaluate whether the defendant was impaired. However, the results of the tests are often inaccurate, unreliable and inconclusive regarding the driver’s… Read More »

Fraudulent Tax Returns Completed by Tax Preparers Can Cause Legal Issues for Taxpayers

Taxpayers should choose preparers judiciously and know when to seek legal support for tax fraud defense The federal tax code has become so massive that even the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admits that its agents find it challenging to determine exactly how long it is. So it is no surprise that about 60 percent of… Read More »

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