Facts, Lies and Videotaped Interrogations

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  FACTS, LIES and VIDEOTAPED INTERROGATIONS The Justice Department recently said that the F.B.I. and other federal law enforcement agencies are encouraged to videotape interviews with suspects in most instances. This new policy does not apply in cases where agents need urgent national security-related information that could expose sources or methods or where the interviewed subject… Read more »

Arrested for Cat Poop?

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  Federal Crime: Mailing Injurious Articles Via The United States Postal Service     Looking for a job can be a drag, especially when you feel overcome by constant rejection.  If you find yourself feeling spiteful and frustrated with a lack of employment opportunities, don’t do what Jevons Brown, a 58 year old vet from… Read more »

Federal Computer Crimes, Cyber Crime, Internet Crimes

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  Federal Cyber Crimes Defense Attorney Internet crimes are on the rise, and have been for years.  Due to the popularity of this form of doing business, new forms of defrauding people through this medium have emerged.  Since the crime can originate anywhere, these offenses are often considered to be federal offenses, which can have much… Read more »

DEA: Definition of Controlled Substance Schedules

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  Explanation of DEA Controlled Substance Schedules   If you or a loved one has been arrested for a drug related crime, contact Elizabeth B. Carpenter — New Orleans Drug Crime Defense Attorney for a consultation.   The drugs and other substances that are considered controlled substances under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) are divided… Read more »