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May 2016 Archives

Federal agents investigate white collar crime at Florida condo

Whether one lives in Florida or any other state, it is never a comfortable situation when federal agents raid a high-rise condominium. If one happens to be a resident in said condo, the situation can go from merely uncomfortable to downright scary. This is just what happened on a recent Tuesday morning. Federal authorities conducted multiple white collar crime raids ending in the arrests of several people.

Court sentences Florida man in federal drug trafficking case

Being accused of a serious drug crime can have lasting consequences. Florida is known as a hub for many federal drug trafficking operations. One man, a former police officer, recently pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 60 months in prison for online drug-related crimes.

More than 10 arrested for federal drug trafficking in Florida

When law enforcement agents suspect illegal drug activity in a particular area, they often conduct an undercover, long-term investigation. Many times, such investigations in Florida may last weeks or even longer. If, at some point, charges are filed for federal drug trafficking or other crimes, those involved may face serious legal challenges that are often difficult to face without legal guidance.

Exploring legal defense options regarding white collar crime

Becoming the subject of a federal investigation in Florida can present many legal challenges. The term white collar crime encompasses a vast genre of offenses, including tax evasion, electronic fraud, identity theft and money laundering. Such an investigation may last months, or even several years. In the meantime, the person being investigated has every right to seek legal guidance in order to explore possible defense options, should law enforcement agents press charges at some point.

Hotel worker reports apparent white collar crime evidence

Any number of circumstances may lead to accusations of criminal wrongdoing in Florida. Nevertheless, anyone accused of a white collar crime or another offense is able to use all available resources to fight the charges in court. A first logical step to take in the process would be to request a meeting with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to discuss what options might be explored toward building a strong defense.

Florida white collar crime bust for alleged busts of another kind

It is seldom a comfortable situation to be formally accused of a criminal offense. Typically, such allegations lead to many legal challenges, not to mention the potential embarrassment to one's reputation. In recent times, there have been many white collar crime arrests in Florida, and some say it is a prime location for identity theft and other forms of fraud.

Federal drug trafficking suspect in Florida bust

Various areas in Florida are often centers of federal investigations in drug-related situations. Federal drug trafficking charges may result after such investigations if agents believe they have reason and evidence to suggest that a person or persons has engaged in criminal drug activities. A recent bust went down in St. Petersburg, leading to one arrest and the seizure marijuana that agents claim exceeds $1 million in street value.

Florida suspect flees in alleged Medicare and Medicaid fraud case

Many times, after an extensive investigation has taken place, FBI agents will show up at a particular location, unannounced, in order to arrest one or more persons suspected of committing serious crimes. Allegations of Medicare and Medicaid fraud are typically prosecuted in federal criminal court. Last September, a showdown between agents and various workers at a local dentist office in Florida resulted from one such investigation.

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