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October 2014 Archives

Criminal investigation leads to arrest of married couple

When people are arrested and charged with robbery and identity theft in Atlanta and surrounding areas, there are many issues they will have to consider as the case moves forward. Since identity theft has become so prevalent with the number of people using credit and purchasing items online, identity theft laws are in place to try and stop these activities and punish those who are convicted. Given the serious penalties that are possible for those convicted, it's imperative to know how to move forward when lodging a defense.

Prosecution of tax violations up in 2013 fiscal year

Tax violations, such as tax fraud, tax evasion and filing false tax returns are taken seriously in Georgia and across the United States. In fact the Internal Revenue Service has reported that in the 2013 fiscal year, enforcement activities significantly rose leading to convictions against alleged perpetrators.

Federal criminal court is different than state criminal court

There are two main bodies of law in the United States, federal law and state law. Most crimes committed in the United States fall under one or more state laws and, as such, are heard in a state criminal court. Some acts, however, constitute violations of federal law for which the alleged perpetrator must appear before a federal court to plead his or her case.

Five arrested in Georgia identity theft ring

Identity theft can take many different forms. Whether it involves social security numbers, checks, mail, credit cards or more, this type of crime can carry severe consequences. Recently, an extensive identify theft operation was caught by law enforcement. The case shows how complex such operations can be and the serious penalties that accompany it.

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