Raising Awareness of Second Chance Month

Raising Awareness of Second Chance Month Did you know that 1 in 7 individuals incarcerated in state and federal prisons are serving a life or virtual life sentence of 50 years or more? That’s 203,865 people. It is apparent that collateral consequences can be a criminal defendant’s most severe punishment, permanently relegating a person to…

DOJ Warns About Post-Vaccine Survey Scams

The DOJ announced a new breed of fraudster taking advantage of individuals who have received the recent COVID-19 vaccine. They do this by enticing individuals to complete a survey post-vaccine, which promises prizes or cash if submitted. In actuality, this scheme is designed to unlawfully gather personal information on these individuals with the purpose of…

Justice Department takes action against COVID-19 fraud

To date, the DOJ has publicly charged 474 defendants with criminal offenses based around fraud schemes connected to the current pandemic. These cases involved fraudulent transactions attempting to obtain over $569 million from the United States government and individual citizens. These cases were brought to 56 federal districts around the country and demonstrated a level…

Criminal Defense for Felony Crimes

If you are facing felony charges, it is important to work with an attorney. These are some of the reasons why you should take the situation as seriously as possible and look for a lawyer who has experience in providing a criminal defense for felony crimes. Have Someone Who is On Your Side When you’re…

Most Common Summertime Criminal Charges

Did you know that crime statistics vary seasonally? The hot weather brings with it not only a well-documented uptick in crime in general but also an increase in specific types of criminal charges. There are several theories behind this trend, one of the most popular being that the warm weather brings people together more frequently,…