Prosecution of Repeat Offender DWIs

Charged with a DWI? More Than Once? DWI stands for driving while intoxicated. A person has committed this offense if they are intoxicated while operating a motor vehicle in a public place. Police make arrests for these charges when the operators of motor vehicles are revealed to have a blood alcohol concentration higher than 0.08. […]

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The Difference Between Federal and State Crime Prosecution

Key Differences Between Federal and State Courts There are two kinds of courts in the United States – federal courts and state courts. State courts are established by the individual states, while federal courts are established under the United States Constitution. The major difference between federal and state courts is their jurisdiction. Jurisdiction refers to […]

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Defending Against Different Types of Fraud

Different Types of Fraud Fraud, one of the many categories of white collar crime, is a general term referring to a wide variety of offenses involving dishonesty, misrepresentation of fact, knowingly withholding of information, and other types of fraudulent behavior. To put it simply, fraud is the intentional deception of a person or entity by […]

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