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Internet fraud: Understanding it may help you avoid charges

Centuries ago, the idea that one could communicate with someone on another continent, in a matter of seconds, simply by clicking a button would have seemed outrageous. If you were born in or before the sixties, it might seem a bit outrageous to you as well; however, you have come to terms (perhaps even embraced) the age of technology and have taken advantage of it in ways that add convenience (or even profit) to your life.  

How do you suppress evidence in a criminal action?

When individuals in Florida and elsewhere are accused of drug crimes, he or she is likely overwhelmed. It is not only the charges themselves that are overwhelming. The evidence piling up against the accused can make one feel hopeless in this emotional and difficult matter. However, one should not that just because evidence exists does not mean it is automatically credible and usable in court. There are mechanisms to weed out evidence, even helping a defendant to clear his or her name.

Searches and seizures and drug charges

When faced with a drug crime, accused offenders are often concerned with the evidence that is stacked up against them. Whether it was a traffic stop subject to a search, a stop and frisk or the search of the home, if law enforcement uncovers a controlled substance, the person being searched could be charged with a serious drug charge. However, it is important to note that just because evidence was recovered against the accused, this does not mean the charges will remain.

Sting operation leads to 76 arrests for child pornography

As a means to catch individuals in the act or to collect evidence them, law enforcement may use a sting operation. These are often used in certain situation or for specific crimes, such as child pornography. While these matters can be very shocking and overwhelming for those arrested, it is important for defendants to understand that these operations are not perfect and mistakes can be made. Thus, it is possible to assert a criminal defense that could help the accused reduce and even dismiss the charges against them.

What is the mental state required to commit a computer crime?

With the advancement in technology and our society's reliance on computer to complete our daily and work tasks, this causes expansions in other areas, such as criminal law. Computer crimes can be very complex, as the laws that govern them are rapidly changing to keep up with the ever-evolving world of technology. However, these crimes frequently cover acts such as copyright infringement, hacking, malware and phishing. If an activity on the computer qualifies as a computer crime, an individual accused of committing such an act could face serious penalties.

Do police always need a warrant?

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects you from unlawful searches and seizures. Regardless of whether you remember this from school or from watching movies and television shows, you know you have this right.

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