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What is mail fraud?

Posted by Bulldog Law | May 07, 2024 | 0 Comments

In an era where e-mail dominates, countless Americans still prefer using the Post Office to sign and deliver original documents, send holiday cards, mail packages and more. However, this continued widespread usage also presents opportunities for mail fraud, a federal crime that involves misusing ...

How dishonest tax returns lead to tax evasion charges

Posted by Bulldog Law | Mar 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

Learning more about tax evasion can be helpful whether you are currently facing tax evasion charges or are worried your actions me lead to legal issues. As someone who makes a living through challenging work and sacrifices, you might feel that paying taxes isn't fair. However, carefully following...

What makes a crime federal?

Posted by Bulldog Law | Nov 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

It's important to know about the consequences, the elements working against you and what fighting your case will entail. And a good starting place to build your case is to note whether the crime you are up against is a state or federal one. Learning the classification of a crime can help you and ...

3 ways to challenge the evidence in a criminal case

Posted by Bulldog Law | Oct 10, 2022 | 0 Comments

Every prosecution rests on the strength of the evidence the state has in its possession. Yet, what the prosecution claims is irrefutable evidence isn't always as foolproof as they say. Hence looking for ways to challenge evidence can be a key defense strategy in any criminal case. Here are three ...

Lying to investors could be a crime

Posted by Bulldog Law | Sep 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

There are so many budding entrepreneurs and business owners looking for an investment that convincing someone they should invest in you and your idea can be incredibly challenging. Therefore, some people exaggerate how good their idea or product is. If all goes well, and you make a lot of money f...

Can the police lie about evidence?

Posted by Bulldog Law | Mar 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

After an arrest by the police on serious charges, you may believe they have don't any evidence. But, what happens if the police bring you in for an interrogation, and they claim they actually do have that evidence?  For instance, maybe they claim they found your fingerprints at the scene of the c...

Understanding the federal anti-kickback statute

Posted by Bulldog Law | Mar 24, 2022 | 0 Comments

We trust our doctors to prescribe the drugs and other treatments that are best. We shouldn't have to worry that they're prescribing a medication we may not need or that may not be as effective as another one because they're getting financial incentives from the manufacturer. That's part of the re...

When can you seek immunity from prosecution?

Posted by Bulldog Law | Mar 03, 2022 | 0 Comments

Prosecutors may have a difficult time making a case against the “big fish” – the person or people who masterminded a crime. That's where knowledge is power. Your knowledge, perhaps combined with the evidence you can provide, can give authorities what they need to charge someone who has committed ...

Could you be a mule for money launderers?

Posted by Bulldog Law | Jan 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

Many people do not believe that white-collar crimes are severe enough to warrant a lot of attention from the authorities. After all, it is not like anyone died due to your intentional or accidental participation in a money-laundering scheme. You might not realize this, but local and federal gover...

Federal Criminal Code Chapter 44 – Firearms

Posted by Bulldog Law | Mar 09, 2021 | 0 Comments

The topic of firearms is arguably the most debated political subject in America, mainly because the right to own a gun is a constitutional right protected by the Second Amendment, which states that Americans are free to bear arms as they wish. At first glance, the Second Amendment seems to give t...

Federal Criminal Code Chapter 11B – Chemical Weapons

Posted by Bulldog Law | Feb 08, 2021 | 0 Comments

The safety of all Americans is one of the most important priorities of the government. For that reason, there have been many laws passed to outlaw or restrict certain dangerous materials – one of which is the Federal Criminal Code Chapter 11B. In this federal law, chemical weapons are being focus...

Federal Criminal Code Chapter 10 – Biological Weapons

Posted by Bulldog Law | Feb 08, 2021 | 0 Comments

Most people would agree that there is nothing more irritating and bothersome than falling ill. It keeps you out of work, school, or any activity for that matter. On top of potentially missing crucial events, your health is also deteriorating which could lead to expensive medical bills. These all ...

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