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January 2015 Archives

WHAT IS IDENTITY THEFT?

State law deals very harshly with individuals convicted of identity theft. If you've been accused of this serious crime, contact a defense lawyer to start building a white collar defense in the Maryland and D.C. areas. Identity theft is a type of crime in which an individual is accused of stealing someone else's personal information and using it for deceptive or fraudulent purposes. Typically, identity theft involves the use of this information for financial gain.

A LOOK AT COMMON FRAUD SCHEMES

Fraud is a type of white collar crime. It involves the use of misrepresentation for the purpose of attaining financial gain. Some of the common types of fraudulent schemes include telemarketing fraud, racketeering, and tax evasion. If you've been accused of any type of white collar crime, you should promptly retain the services of a defense attorney who can begin developing a sound white collar defense in the Maryland and D.C. areas. At a criminal law firm, you'll find the resources you need to defend your legal rights and improve your chances of acquittal.

Distinguishing DWI and DUI

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated or impaired (DWI) are very similar charges. In fact, in some states, they are used interchangeably. If you've been charged with either offense, you need to contact a criminal defense attorney right away. Your DUI lawyer will help you understand the specific nature of your charge and the potential penalties involved. Your defense attorney can also explain your legal options.

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