Blog: Federal Crimes
- Terroristic Threats in the Digital Age: Cybercrimes and Federal Prosecution
Oct 13, 2023In 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. Understanding Terroristic Threats in the Digital Context A terroristic threat, in the broadest sense, involves threatening to commit violence with the intent to terrorize another person, disrupt a government function, or cause evacuation of a place. When these threats ar...Read More
- Bribery: How to Distinguish Legitimate Gifts from Unlawful Acts
Jul 13, 2023Bribery is a serious federal offense that involves offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting something of value with the intent to influence an individual's actions or decisions in a dishonest or unlawful manner. It poses a significant threat to the integrity of business transactions and public institutions. In the state of New Jersey, as in many other jurisdictions, bribery is strictly prohibited and carries severe penalties for those found guilty. This article aims to shed ligh...Read More
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