Nov 30, 2020

Stuff You Really Should Tell Your Attorney

By |November 30th, 2020|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

When you’re facing criminal charges, whether you’re guilty or innocent, facing the criminal justice system is nerve-wracking. Your attorney is there to help you navigate the system and help you avoid criminal penalties and conviction. There’s a lot at stake, and sometimes nervous clients fail to divulge certain facts to their attorney about their case. [...]

Nov 23, 2020

White-Collar Crime Prosecutions At All-Time Low

By |November 23rd, 2020|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

Interesting news out of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Recent records show that prosecution of white-collar offenders has reached the lowest point since tracking began during the Reagan administration. Data published by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University found a 25 percent dip in the number of prosecutions in January 2020 as [...]

Nov 2, 2020

What Happens After You Get Arrested?

By |November 2nd, 2020|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

Pretend for a moment that you are the type of person who commits crimes – a “criminal,” one might say – and after a night of alleged criming, you are caught by the police and arrested. Now what? Well, you’ll be processed and will likely have to spend an initial night in jail, and they [...]

Oct 26, 2020

What Conduct Constitutes Bank Fraud?

By |October 26th, 2020|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

Bank fraud is a federal crime that is prosecuted in federal courts in Maryland. Bank fraud includes a broad range of illegal financial transactions. Generally, it involves illegally using methods to obtain funds or assets held by a financial institution. Bank fraud also includes posing as a financial institution to obtain money from people. In [...]