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August 2016 Archives

Reasons for driving license revocation

Serious offenses on and off the road may result in the suspension of your driving license. Repeating these violations several times may lead to revocation. If your driving license gets revoked, you cannot drive a vehicle for a specific time period. After this period, though, you can apply for a new license. However, your application might still be denied by the state because of your previous offenses. The reasons for revocation of your license can be both driving and non-driving related.

Embezzlement types and warning signs

Embezzlement is the withholding and conversion of assets by a person who has been trusted by the organization. Businesses might experience embezzlement by a trusted employee with authorization to move fund around. It is considered as theft and could lead to severe ramifications for anyone involved. Businesses who feel money is being embezzled might want to stay vigilant. Employees may embezzle money using several different techniques.

Possession of child pornography

Possession of pornographic material that portrays a minor has been declared illegal by several federal and state laws. Due to the increase in information technology and social media activity, the laws are being utilized to punish Internet offenders. Those involved in the possession, sharing and distribution of child pornography face severe charges and ramifications.

Understanding insider trading

If your business is involved in trading stocks, you must follow all securities laws. A basic understanding of the complicated laws might prevent mistakes. The Securities and Exchange Commission enforces these laws. It takes strict action against any business or individual who does not comply. It is essential to avoid activities that may be classified as insider trading. Inside information that is not available to the general public may not be used to make trades and generate profits.

Defense strategies against first-degree murder

First-degree murder is possibly the worst offense you can be accused of and leads to severe punishment if the jury finds you guilty. The exact sentence varies by state, as some states allow the death penalty while others do not. In almost all cases, the felon will have to spend life in prison, with little chance of parole. Defending clients against accusations of first-degree murder is complicated. There are several defenses that attorneys consider when handling such cases.

Accused of money laundering?

Criminals often want to make it look like they are earning money through a legitimate business. They conceal the actual source of their money and keep investing it in their own legal business to turn their money white. The term associated with money laundering is racketeering, which describes organized crime, drug trafficking or any other criminal activity that is a source of black money.

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