Want to Eat Food that Looks like this for the next decade?

by on September 29, 2015 Under Criminal Defense

  No? Didn’t think so. Then stay out of trouble. We hope that’s what you do. But if you slip up, and you have no desire to be picking at prison food for the next 10-20, do what’s best for you: Call an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney at (702) 384-1001 At the Law Offices of Mark Coburn, […]

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Municipal Judges bill the public over $50,000 at conferences in Hawaii, Florida, and Vegas

by on September 20, 2015 Under Criminal Defense

On Hawaii’s Big Island, the Fairmont Orchid five-star hotel sits at the edge of the ocean shore on 32 acres of beautiful white sandy beaches and pristine water. Surrounding the hotel are palm trees, tropical plants. A 36-hole golf course, fine dining restaurants, tennis courts, and luxury spas are included in this paradise. Quite the […]

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Food Stamp Scandal in Ohio

by on September 10, 2015 Under Criminal Defense

In Butler County, Ohio, a local business is at the center of a Food Stamp scandal. Seven people have been named in a federal complaint, accused of using U.S. Beef in Fairfield to illegally transmit Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) cards in exchange for cash and drugs. 14 arrest warrants have been issued for people […]

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Chart from the United States Department of Justice

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Internet-related crimes are taken very seriously by both local, federal, and international officials. The primary federal law enforcement agencies that investigate domestic internet crimes include the FBI, the ICE, and the ATF. Each agency has a headquarters in Washington D.C. with agents specializing in particular areas. As reported on the United States Department of Justice […]

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$5.8 million stolen. $700 shopping spree for SOCKS.

by on September 3, 2015 Under Criminal Defense

Former accountant for Saskatchewan First Nation, Hugo Gallegos, admitted to stealing money from the people he worked for and has now been sentenced to five years in prison. From 2009-2013, Gallegos stole more than $5.8 million which helped fund his lavish lifestyle: high-class trips to Las Vegas, luxury gifts for friends, and an alleged $700 shopping spree for socks. Though the sentencing […]

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