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What Is The Lacey Act?

- Posted on 09/29/21

Normally, when we think of smuggling, we think of drugs or guns or maybe precious stones, gold, or silver.  There is a federal statute that is frequently used to target the smuggling of endangered species of plants and animals, and that statute is named the Lacey Act, 16 U.S.C. 3372.  The Lacey Act is more


Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories: What’s the Difference?

- Posted on 09/28/21

One of my favorite podcasts is Conspiracyland by Yahoo News. There are now three seasons of Conspiracyland.  Season 1 delved into the conspiracy theory surrounding the unsolved murder of Seth Rich, a democratic staff member in DC.  Season 2 investigated the conspiracy theory surrounding the death of Lori Klausutis, a member of then Congressman Joe


Sex Offense Charges- How These Charges Can Change One’s Life

- Posted on 09/09/21

There are many different categories of sex crimes. Some are misdemeanors, and others are felonies. Regardless of which type of sex crime a person is under investigation for, these charges should always be taken seriously because of the potential serious life-long consequences of a conviction. Jail Time If you are convicted of a sex crime,


What are Embezzlement Defense Strategies?

- Posted on 09/09/21

If you’re facing embezzlement charges, you should take it very seriously. It’s unsettling to be facing criminal charges, but when you find the right attorney, they can offer tremendous assistance. In addition to psychological support, there are several tactics an experienced attorney can use when they are defending you against these charges. What Is Embezzlement? 


Navy Procurement Fraud: Revisiting Fat Leonard

- Posted on 09/08/21

By: Dennis E. Boyle In 2006, a Special Agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), David Schauss, became suspicious of the relationship between several Naval contracting officers and Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA), run by Leonard Glenn Francis, a Malaysian national known as “Fat Leonard”, perhaps because he weighed a purported 350 pounds.  Francis,