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Fraud and a Cell Phone Card

These days creativity in perpetrating a fraud seems to be on the rise. Who would have thought that there was a way to scam people with a cell phone card? Those prepaid cell phone cards are a real boon to

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White Collar Counterfeiters

White-collar crime is interesting, as it covers such a wide variety of crimes, for instance counterfeiting products. The other term often used for counterfeit products is “pirated” and it refers to products that have been illegally made and are being

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Texas DWI Repeat Offender

If you’re on a roll and have more than one DWI offense in Texas, things aren’t looking so good for you legally. Make sure you contact a criminal defense lawyer to deal with this kind of a situation. One of

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Health Fraud on the Rise

It’s interesting that people who commit health care fraud think they are doing nothing wrong and that those big companies have lots of money and won’t miss any. While it’s an interesting attitude, to rip off a larger corporation for

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Active Warrants Search

“In an interesting twist to the police being one step ahead of offenders with outstanding arrest warrants, people are now able to search online for their own active arrest warrants,” indicated Daniel H. Wannamaker of Wannamaker and Associates, of Austin,

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An Aggravating Crime

There is a “regular crime” then there is an “aggravated crime,” but what does this mean in the scheme of the American justice system? It’s a slightly simplified explanation of the differences in how a crime is charged to say

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An Aggravated Crime Means Different Circumstances Apply

Aggravated in reference to a crime is something different. There needs to be certain factors present in order to charge a crime as an aggravated one; say aggravated assault, for instance. “Aggravating factors that need to be present may include

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Information on the Net that Shouldn’t Be

“In an interesting twist to the police being one step ahead of offenders with outstanding arrest warrants, people are now able to search online for their own active arrest warrants,” indicated Daniel H. Wannamaker of Wannamaker and Associates, of Austin,

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Murder vs. Manslaughter

Generally speaking there is a difference between murder and manslaughter, but to the public it may seem there is a difference without a distinction. Legal definitions are often hard to explain to a non-lawyer. To begin with, the most serious

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Every 15 Seconds a Burglary

As startling as this may seem, it is estimated that there is at least one burglary every 15 seconds in the U.S. This makes sense when put into perspective of our rocky national economy. If there is a burglary roughly

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