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  • Press Room - news and information related to the Frank A. Rubino, Esq. Law Firm
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  • Legal Articles - criminal defense legal articles provided by the Frank A. Rubino, Esq. Law Firm
  • Blog - criminal defense legal blog provide by the Frank A. Rubino, Esq. Law Firm

Drug Crimes Resources

  • Illegal Drugs Information - This website provides facts, policy issues and public opinion information about illegal drugs from Public Agenda, a nonpartisan opinion research organization.
  • Drug Courts - Maintained by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, this website provides information about the history, operation, organization and goals of drug courts throughout the country.
  • Criminal and Civil Forfeiture - This page, maintained by the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University Law School, gives an overview of the government power to seize of property connected to illegal activity and explains the difference between criminal and civil forfeiture.
  • Controlled Substances Act - The Controlled Substances Act defines the schedules of controlled substances and establishes penalties for drug offenses including possession, sale, manufacture and distribution.
  • Office of National Drug Control Policy - The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) establishes policies and priorities for the national drug control program. This site contains information about enforcement, research, prevention and treatment activities at the federal, state and local levels.
  • Drug Policy Alliance - This website provides a state-by-state overview of drug sentencing policy, with updates on judicial and legislative activity.
  • The Sentencing Project - This is a national leader in the development of alternative sentencing programs, and research and advocacy on criminal justice policy.

International Crime Resources

  • U.S. National Central Bureau - U.S. point of contact for Interpol.
  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security charged with handling immigration, customs and border issues.
  • Travel Warnings - U.S. Department of State bulletins that relate to the safety of Americans traveling abroad in specific countries.
  • Drugs Abroad - General information about foreign drug laws.
  • Europol - European police intelligence-sharing agency.
  • Eurojust - European agency to enhance judicial cooperation and coordination.
  • International Policing - International law enforcement activities of the RCMP (Canada).

Taxation Resources

  • Internal Revenue Service - This is the main IRS website. Follow the navigation links for specific information aimed at individuals, businesses and particular tax issues.
  • United States Code - This site contains the full text of the United States Code as provided by the Government Printing Office. To view the Internal Revenue Code, select a year from the drop-down menu and scroll down to Title 26 - INTERNAL REVENUE CODE.
  • Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board - This site provides information about the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, including details on the compliance procedures.
  • Tax Fraud Alerts - Information provided by the IRS about schemes that offer instant wealth or exemption from filing required tax returns and/or paying taxes.
  • ABA Section of Taxation - The American Bar Association's Section of Taxation provides tax news and information.
  • United States Tax Court - Website for the U.S. Tax Court, which has jurisdiction of a variety of different tax disputes. The site has press releases, opinions and other information.
  • Taxpayer Advocate Service - This site describes the functions of the Taxpayer Advocate Service, which assists taxpayers who have disputes with the IRS.

White Collar Crime Resources

  • National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) - The non-profit National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) provides information on white collar crime issues and provides a newsletter, "The Informant."
  • Types and schemes of white collar crime - This page from the National Check Fraud Center defines dozens of individual types of white collar crime, from bank fraud to Ponzi schemes.
  • White collar crime: an overview - Contains general information about white collar crime, provided by the Legal Information Institute (LII).
  • White collar crime and fraud - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) website contains information about FBI programs, white collar crime, fraud and links to news and interesting cases.
  • Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) - This network, organized under the federal Department of the Treasury, provides information about financial crimes, including links to laws, enforcement information and regulatory activity.
  • Cyber crime resources - Online resources relevant to white collar crimes including Internet fraud, identity theft, cyber crime and other similar types of computer facilitated crimes, provided by the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA).
  • Insider trading - This U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) page discusses insider trading and provides links to relevant resources and examples of case types.
  • Federal criminal laws - Federal statutes pertaining to crimes and criminal procedure, as codified in Title 18 of the United States Code.
  • Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) - Federal regulations pertaining to judicial administration in the Department of Justice, as codified in Title 28, Chapter I of the Code of Federal Regulations.

Enlaces de Internet de la Defensa Criminal

Enlaces sobre cargos por drogas

  • Información sobre drogas - Este sitio web de la División Antinarcóticos de Estados Unidos (DEA), contiene información sobre las sustancias controladas, incluyendo una descripción/ visión general, estado de control, nombres de calles, efectos de corto y largo plazo, arrestos/ condenas, fotos y fuentes de tratamiento.
  • Página sobre drogas y delitos del NCJRS - El Servicio de Referencia de Justicia Penal Nacional (NCJRS) corresponde a una fuente con financiamiento federal, que ofrece información sobre abuso de sustancias y justicia para respaldar el desarrollo de programas, políticas e investigaciones a nivel mundial.
  • Oficina Nacional Antinarcóticos y de Políticas de Control de Drogas - Información de la Oficina Nacional de Políticas de Control de Drogas sobre aplicación de la ley, tribunales de drogas, correccionales, programas para Niños en Riesgo por Drogas (DEC), Iniciativa de la Frontera Sudoeste, programa de Tráfico de Drogas de Alta Intensidad (HIDTA) y más.
  • Oficina de Servicios de Salud Mental y Abuso de Sustancias (SAMHSA) - La misión de la SAMHSA es garantizar que los servicios de salud mental y abuso de sustancias estén disponibles para aquellos que los necesitan.
  • Clasificación de drogas - Este sitio web incluye una lista de sustancias e información respecto a qué anexo pertenecen. La lista también identifica el número DEA de cada sustancia, si la sustancia es o no un narcótico y otros nombres.
  • Condenas federales por tráfico - Este sitio web incluye una lista de sustancias y las condenas federales por tráfico de drogas asociadas a cada sustancia. Se incluye el anexo al que pertenece la sustancia y las condenas para una cantidad particular de la sustancia.
  • Estadísticas sobre drogas y delitos - Este sitio web de la Oficina de Estadísticas de Justicia, proporciona un resumen de las últimas estadísticas sobre delitos relacionados con drogas, aplicación de la ley, tribunales y correccionales en Estados Unidos, así como también los enlaces a otras numerosas publicaciones sobre delitos relacionados con drogas.
  • Fundación de Políticas de Justicia Penal (CJPF) - La CJPF busca información y asesoría respecto al impacto de la política antinarcóticos y a los problemas de monitoreo en el sistema de justicia penal.
  • The Sentencing Project - Página de Políticas Antinarcóticos - The Sentencing Project es líder nacional en el desarrollo de programas de aplicación de condenas alternativas y en la investigación y defensa de las políticas de justicia penal.