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October 2016 Archives

Possible defense strategies in first-degree murder cases

First-degree murder charges are pressed if a person is accused of killing someone with preplanned intent to commit the crime. Anyone found guilty of a first-degree murder could spend the rest of their life in prison, and that is not even the worst punishment. The defendant might have to face death row in states that allow capital punishment. Defense attorney's use different techniques to handle first-degree murder cases and try to get their clients exonerated by the court.

Sexual assault laws in the U.S.

Any unwanted sexual contact can be classified by the prosecution as sexual assault. United States law is strict when it comes to sexual assault cases, and defendants may find it difficult to deal with the charges. Assault crimes may range from groping to penetrative rape. The sentence for the charge varies with the act committed. Although some states have their own laws regarding sexual assault, they all fall under federal laws. If you have been charged with sexual assault, it is important to understand all the laws before making any further decisions.

Dealing with insider trading charges

Stock trading involves important information regarding the financial information of different companies. The misuse of this information to make profits is called insider trading. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has made laws to make sure stock trading is done legally, and nobody gains an unfair advantage. All traders and trading companies must comply with all securities laws. The SEC takes strict action against those involved in insider trading.

When a Halloween hoax goes awry: 3 potential criminal charges

Halloween is a time for fun - a time when imagination can run wild, when youth and adults alike can dress up and escape reality for an evening. Although many will have a safe and enjoyable time celebrating this holiday, some may take a fun hoax too far. In these cases, what was meant to cause some fright and a few good laughs could lead to criminal charges.

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