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Federal Tax Fraud Defense Attorneys

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Do You Have Tax Problems? Federal Tax Fraud Defense Lawyers are Dedicated to helping with Tax Problems Do you have problems with your tax reporting? Did you find out that you are under investigation? Did IRS agents come to your house or place of business? Did you receive a Grand Jury subpoena? Are friends, family…

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Federal Theft Defense Attorneys

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Are You Charged with Federal Theft? You need an Experienced Defense Attorney to Fight for You Are you under investigation? Were you recently arrested? Are friends, family members or people that you care about accused of a federal theft offense? Is the government accusing you of being part of a federal theft conspiracy? Is it…

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The Government Continues to Add Arrows to Its Anti-Fraud Quiver

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Experienced Health Care Fraud Defense Attorneys Discuss Anti-Fraud Information with Professionals Former Medicare Prosecutors & Defense Counsel Since 1990 the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has provided a report that calls attention to agencies and program areas that are at high risk for fraud, waste, and abuse.  The report is released every two years and in…

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When Is Computer Hacking During a Divorce Illegal?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Computer Hacking During a Divorce

Computer Hacking Defense Attorney Defending Divorcees It is natural for spouses in divorce proceedings or contemplating divorce to feel anger or suspicion toward one another.  While such emotions may tempt individuals to spy on each other by hacking into their spouses’ computers, acting on such urges is never a good idea.  In fact, it is…

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What Are Civil Remedies Against Computer Hacking During a Divorce?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Computer Hacking During a Divorce

Civil Causes of Action for Hacking Invasion of Privacy: Invasion of privacy occurs when one person intrudes on another person’s personal life or private affairs without consent.  If a spouse engages in unauthorized inspection, misappropriation, or dissemination of the other spouse’s electronically stored personal information, such as emails or computer files, the intruded upon spouse…

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