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Weapon Charges in Federal Courts: What You Need to Know

Weapon Charges in Federal Courts: What You Need to Know

Federal weapon charges are an intricate area of law. As they play out in federal courts, these charges can become far more consequential compared to their state counterparts. If you or a loved one is facing a federal weapon charge, it’s essential to understand the seriousness of the situation and...

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Terroristic Threats in the Digital Age: Cybercrimes and Federal Prosecution

Terroristic Threats in the Digital Age: Cybercrimes and Federal Prosecution

In today’s digital landscape, threats aren’t just delivered face-to-face or via handwritten notes left on doorsteps. The rise of the internet and technological advancements has expanded the avenues for criminal activity, including terroristic threats. Cybercrimes can be especially insidious, given their far-reaching impact and the cloak of anonymity they offer...

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Is downloading free college books legal?

Many college students end up purchasing textbooks for hundreds of dollars only to use most of them for only a semester or two. These same students are then only able to resell these books at a fraction of the price. It’s no wonder, then, that many students are looking for...

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When can the federal government use no-knock warrants?

There has been a lot of media attention and considerable controversy over the past couple of years about the use of “no-knock” warrants by law enforcement agencies across the country. The use of these warrants, particularly when the information used to get them was wrong or deliberately falsified, has led...

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What are federal crimes?

Not all crimes are federal offenses. Something like murder or robbery is against the law across all 50 states, but it is not necessarily a federal offense unless it connects to the federal government.Federal crimes refer to offenses that go against U.S. federal law. Usually, federal criminal cases are investigated...

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