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September 2013 Archives

Georgia woman faces prison time in embezzlement case

Though Atlanta residents may not be aware of it, "skimming" is a criminal offense that can be punishable in court. Where Atlanta residents are accused of transferring a large amount of money to another party through illegal means, including skimming or creating false accounts, the criminal charge of embezzlement may come into play. Since can embezzlement happen on a large scale with millions of dollars exchanging hands, punishments can be severe if a federal conviction is the result.

Georgia men face identity fraud charges after arrest

Sometimes, people commit certain acts without knowing all of the consequences. This is the case with many criminal actions where the elements of one crime overlap with another. In these cases, Georgia residents can find themselves facing a host of varied criminal charges as a result of a single act. Identity theft or identity fraud is one example. When people steal credit cards or checks, they may think they are only committing theft without realizing that they can also likely be charged with identity theft.

Suspects won't face federal charges for tax fraud

Recently, a rash of alleged break-ins at several tax preparation and accounting services offices in the region has led to criminal charges. After video surveillance of the break-ins was released to the public, arrests were made. However, Georgia police have released very little information about the suspects, since the investigation is ongoing. These people will now face charges for submitting false tax documents to the state.

Police officer accused of federal drug crimes

Many Atlanta residents know that selling drugs is often a federal crime that comes with serious penalties. Being accused of a drug crime is never something to take lightly and these accusations could happen to anyone. Recently, in a county south of Atlanta, a police officer is being accused of federal drug crimes.

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