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What is the Time Limit on Federal Criminal Appeals?

In federal court, defendants only have a very limited amount of time to appeal their convictions and sentences. If a defendant's Notice of Appeal is even a day late, this can result in complete loss of the defendant's federal appellate rights. The road to a guilty verdict in federal district...

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What are the Red Flags for PPP Loan Fraud?

Last Updated: 2023-02-05 Due to a high volume of calls, we are unable to take on more PPP clients at this time. However, we have created a list of PPP resources that should help you with any challenges that you might have.   PPP Resources:  Find an attorney to defend...

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Does a Subpoena Have to Be Served in Person?

Last Updated: 2023-02-05 Being served with a subpoena immediately leaves you with lots of questions, and the subpoena itself provides very few answers. It also provides you with very little time to get your bearings and make the decisions you need to make in order to protect yourself. If you...

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What are the Charges for PPP Loan Fraud?

Last Updated: 2023-02-05 Due to a high volume of calls, we are able to only take those PPP clients who have received a PPP loan greater than $100,000. If your loan is less, we have created a list of PPP resources that should help you with any challenges that you...

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5 Things You Must Know About EKRA Law in 2023

Last Updated: 2023-02-04 The Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act (“EKRA”) was passed by Congress on October 24, 2018 as a part of the SUPPORT Act. It targets patient brokers who seek to profit from illegal patient referrals by prohibiting laboratories, clinics, recovery centers, and other clinical treatment facilities from accepting...

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I Received a Target Letter from the FBI, DOJ or U.S. Attorney Office… Now What?

Call the Federal Defense Law Firm and Former Justice Department Prosecutors of Oberheiden P.C. Today: Free & Confidential Last Updated: 2023-02-04 There are two ways to look at an FBI target letter The obvious way is to see the seriousness of its message; after all, FBI target letters essentially announce...

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Understanding SEC Investigations

What happens during an SEC investigation? Our federal securities fraud defense lawyers explain. Last Updated: 2023-02-04 Each year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) brings hundreds of civil and administrative enforcement actions against individuals and companies for violations of the nation’s securities laws. Within the SEC, the Division of...

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What is Criminal Intent?

Intent is an important issue in many federal criminal cases. While some federal criminal statutes establish “strict liability” offenses—meaning that evidence of intent (or any other “guilty state of mind”) is not required, oftentimes the jury's decision will rest on whether the U.S. Attorney's Office is able to prove the...

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Cease and Desist Letter Strategies

If you have received a cease and desist letter—whether personally or as a company representative—you need to make an informed decision about how to respond. While failing to take appropriate action in response to a cease and desist letter can be dangerous, you (or your company) should not be pressured...

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Types of SEC Enforcement Action

Broadly speaking, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) pursues two different types of enforcement actions: Administrative and civil. However, while the agency does not have the authority to pursue criminal enforcement actions, it can, and frequently does, refer courses of conduct that are potentially criminal in nature to other...

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