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Prosecutor Facing Embezzlement Charges Given $100,000 bond

Prosecutor Facing Embezzlement Charges Given $100,000 bond

A prosecutor from Macomb County is facing serious white-collar criminal charges. He is accused of taking money from drug and alcohol forfeiture funds over the course of several years. He was given a $100,000 personal bond,…

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Focus on FATCA: Any Chance this Tax-fraud Law Could be Repealed?

Focus on FATCA: Any Chance this Tax-fraud Law Could be Repealed?

To its adherents (chiefly tax officials and government bureaucrats looking for ways to increase incoming revenues), it is winning legislation of the highest order. To those who oppose it, though (a broad-based amalgam of business groups,…

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Adding up the numbers re criminal commutations: a busy president

Adding up the numbers re criminal commutations: a busy president

One of the last official acts of outgoing President Barack Obama last week could hardly be termed trivial. Indeed, the former chief executive took unprecedented action last Thursday, on the eve of the incoming Trump presidential…

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What are Pyramid Schemes?

What are Pyramid Schemes?

In the United States, fraud can take many forms. The United States Treasury Department is continually designing and printing new bills to prohibit and minimize counterfeiting. With the advances in technology, internet fraud is wreaking havoc…

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2nd VW Executive Arrested in Emissions Case after 1 Pleads Guilty

2nd VW Executive Arrested in Emissions Case after 1 Pleads Guilty

According to the Justice Department, employees of Volkswagen and VW of America were actively involved in perpetrating the emissions fraud VW has admitted took place. In October, a VW engineer pled guilty to a single count…

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Accused of a RICO Violation? Why You need a Proven Lawyer

Accused of a RICO Violation? Why You need a Proven Lawyer

Prior to the passage of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) in 1978, state and federal prosecutors often complained of their inability to meaningfully penetrate organized criminal groups and punish upper-echelon wrongdoers who were…

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