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2nd Degree Murder – Case Dismissed
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Resisting Arrest With Violence – Case Dismissed
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False Insurance Claim/100K – Case Dismissed
Grand Theft 1st Degree – Case Dismissed
Sexual Battery/Attempt – Case Dismissed

Defenses to Credit Card Fraud in Miami, FL

Today, more people pay with plastic than ever before and they’re not using cash as often. With the uptick in credit card activity, there is also an uptick in credit card fraud. Much of the world’s credit card fraud occurs in the United States. In fact, 47% of the world’s credit card fraud occurs […]

What You Should Know About Corporate (White Collar) Crime

When we think of dangerous crimes, we typically think of street crime: muggings, shootings, robberies, assaults, and so on. However, it is actually nonviolent corporate, AKA white collar, crime that inflicts more damage on society than all the violent street crime combined.

White collar crime includes offenses like fraud (healthcare, credit card, bank, immigration, mortgage, […]

GoPro While Committing Crimes?

Four teens have been arrested after they used a stolen camcorder to make a video of themselves counting stolen cash, wearing stolen jewelry, sitting in a stolen car and bragging about their thefts. Police officers recovered the stolen items, including the camcorder, after the suspects crashed the stolen vehicle in Fort Lauderdale and abandoned […]