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What to know if you are accused of Medicare fraud

The Department of Justice states that health care fraud costs the country tens of billions of dollars every year. With so much money at stake, it is no surprise Medicare fraud cases are drawing increased attention from the government. Medicare fraud is a federal crime, and the government has a large budget to pursue individuals accused of fraud.

The White Collar Paradox

White collar crime has become a paradox in the interconnected world we live in today. On the one hand, the ways and means to inadvertently slide into many white collar scenarios have increased exponentially. On the other, penalties for those charged with a white-collar crime have been on the increase.

Prescription opioid abuse can lead to criminal charges

The United States is currently suffering a national crisis regarding  opioid abuse. According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 100 Americans die every day from opioid overdose or complications related to opioids. The situation came to a head last year, when the Trump administration declared the opioid crisis a national public health emergency. 

Hackers may have trouble cashing out from Bitcoin scams

Bitcoin is fast becoming a player in the online marketplace. People are starting to make investments in the electronic currency in the hope of cashing in on its wealth-building opportunities. Criminals seeking to scam others out of hard earned cash are also in the mix because Bitcoin’s blockchain technology lends itself to anonymous transactions.

What is the difference between state and federal prisons?

Although the two words are often used interchangeably, jails and prisons are two different housing compounds for inmates. Jails are run by a county or other local government and house people serving impermanent sentences for misdemeanors and the like. Jails are also used to house people awaiting trial that cannot post bail.

Understanding bank fraud charges

There is a common saying that "money makes the world go around." As such, people take financial offenses quite seriously. If you face fraud charges, you may encounter strict penalties.

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