Sep 2, 2022

Why you should never lie to federal law enforcement professionals

If law enforcement has ever confronted or questioned you, whether the encounter was confrontational or friendly, your first response was probably anxiety. When the questions start coming, your first instinct...

Feb 22, 2021

What is the role of a grand jury in federal criminal cases

The federal criminal process has its own rules that differ from the requirements in individual states. Anyone accused of a felony at the federal level will first have the case...

Nov 19, 2020

Misclassification could lead to charges for business owners

Businesses have a legal obligation to their shareholders to maximize the profits that they generate. Unfortunately, the focus on making as much money as possible can sometimes put management at...


Charged with a white-collar crime? You may end up in federal court

White-collar crimes are often committed by the prospect of financial gain, usually at the expense of another’s ignorance or through the offender’s position in a workplace or another role. These...

Mar 12, 2020

Why you should never lie to a federal law enforcement officer

Anyone, whether they are a small business owner, a corporate executive or an average employee, could find themselves questioned by a federal law enforcement officer. There are many federal agencies...

Mar 8, 2020

U.S. Supreme Court overturns “Bridgegate” convictions

As the nation is gripped by the novel coronavirus pandemic and accompanying economic woes, some important news stories get less attention in the news media than they deserve. Though the...