What’s the difference between state and federal charges? When it comes to facing criminal charges, one of the most critical factors that can significantly impact the outcome of your case is whether you are being prosecuted at the federal or state level.
What to Expect if You Are Arrested on a Federal Charge Being arrested on a federal charge can be a daunting and overwhelming experience.
Joshua David Nicholas, 28, of Stuart, Florida, along with two co-conspirators, were each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud by a South Florida federal grand jury.
The United States is coming to terms with the realization that criminalizing illicit drugs and treating offenders in a purely judicial way has little if any effectiveness in dealing with the drug problem.
Over the past few years, hundreds of teens arrested at the California border have learned the hard way - drug trafficking is not the answer.
If you get pulled over for a “Marijuana DUI” you should know there’s no established way to tell when a driver is impaired by marijuana.
In the 1930’s the term “White Collar Crime” was first used to refer to non-violent crimes that were being prosecuted.
Julian Omidi, 49, and Mirali Zarrabi, 55, have been arrested following a 37-count federal indictment alleging mail and wire fraud, false statements, money laundering and aggravated identity theft.
San Diego federal prosecutors have announced they have indicted 75 people nationwide, including 40 in San Diego, in what is being called the biggest money-laundering investigation ever in San Diego.
DNA gathering and testing is an important tool to ensure the innocent remain free and the guilty are punished.