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1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy, Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for Florida on
Q: I need an attorney who has extensive experience in cases as a defendant vs the SEC in Miami

See: SEC vs Dayne Roseman (Google search will show case and prosecutors)

Jonathan Blecher
Jonathan Blecher answered on Jan 16, 2020

I know an excellent lawyer, however I don't think I'm permitted to make referrals in this forum. You are free to reach out to me through my profile on Justia for more information. Jonathan Blecher

1 Answer | Asked in Admiralty / Maritime, Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: I need an attorney or to find out what organization handles maritime offenses for unseaworthy repairs that were hidden

I purchased a vessel out of a shipyard that had promised me a bottom job on a documented u.s. coast guard vessel. The vessel when I was taken to see it had the laminate structures completely ground down two to three layers of the outside layer of a cord vessel hull I was told I would receive an... Read more »

Tom Evans
Tom Evans answered on Jan 14, 2020

This is potentially a mixed question of maritime law and contract/consumer protection. The U S Coastguard in your District (there are 13 or so spread across the US depending on what State you live in) local office of marine safety or the marine safety officer at your District MIGHT be... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Insurance Bad Faith and White Collar Crime for Texas on
Q: What kind of Attorney handles victim of Texas Work Comp Insurance Fraud?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jan 11, 2020

In terms of prosecution, Workers' Comp and other types of insurance fraud cases are generally handled by the County District Attorney's office or the U.S. Attorney's Office. In terms of defense, they are generally handled by criminal defense attorneys, usually with insight into white collar crime.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Probate, White Collar Crime and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Would a criminal court judge grant a exparte petition in a probate matter ?
James Edward Berge
James Edward Berge answered on Jan 10, 2020

No. Both are separate branches of the superior court, but both have separate functions: a criminal court adjudicates criminal law matters and a probate court adjudicates matters affecting trusts and estates. Rarely will one branch of the superior court step on the toes of another branch of the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in White Collar Crime for Kentucky on
Q: Someone taking advantage of an 87 year old man As in constantly getting money off him. What can I do about this matter?
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Jan 4, 2020

Report it to Adult Protective Services (APS) and let them investigate.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Banking, Probate and White Collar Crime on
Q: A Sargeant in the hpd stole 120k from my mom after they got divorced. He violated the divorce decree to do it
Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Dec 22, 2019

Attorneys in this forum would like to help answer your question, but we don't know what it is. Please repost in the form of a question.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Libel & Slander and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Case #SC129686 RICO. MUST take case to SUPREME Court -defendants bribe federal court judges like Dolly m gee

Council for disney defendants Alexander the FAKE myers lies on federal court declarations Google posts on YouTube the truth and their unholy alliances with the mouSStapo the internet authorities made Disney take down my registered ASCAP sag/aftra work called.... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on Dec 14, 2019

more more info needed to evaluate and understand the matter.

however, if you are looking for a lawyer to take a matter to the Supreme Court i don't do that.

Lawyers that would go there would probably be expensive. Are you in a position to retain such a lawyer?

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: How do I report white-collar criminal activity (fraud, battery, perjury) to the Los Angeles DA's Office & California AG?

Defendants: Los Angeles Spine Surgeon, his University Hospital, & Device Manufacturer.

David Stephen Kestenbaum
David Stephen Kestenbaum answered on Dec 11, 2019

You have to file a police report in most cases and they present it to the proper prosecutorial agency. Fraud is also a Civil tort where you would sue them. Without knowing what acts constituting criminal fraud are alleged it's hard to direct you to proper investigative agency.

You can try...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for Missouri on
Q: Can a criminal intelligence investigator tell me that they have a investigation on me and that they have built a case?

He also said he was investigating me for 22 days and built a case and closed my file and is turning it in to the PA and that charges will be filed.

Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Dec 7, 2019

What's a "criminal intelligence investigator"? Make sure this isn't a scam.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: How can I prove no intent on a forgery case ,Rhea county TN. In up coming case I'm preparing for trail!

I also need to know about the true time line do they have to have my case in front of a jury

Bennett James Wills
Bennett James Wills answered on Dec 4, 2019

You need an attorney. But the case will likely be tried before a jury as is the defendant's right unless waived. Without knowing the actual charge, the facts of the case, and all other factors that go into a defense, no one on a forum will be able to provide you with an answer as to how you "prove... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law and White Collar Crime for Ohio on
Q: As an 18 year old can I dropout of high school as a dependent on my father's tax papers without him landing in jail?

As I stated i'm 18 and he claimed me as a dependent, if I would dropout of high school can that land him in jail? I just want to make sure he isn't doing anything wrong if I would choose to drop out. He said he can be charged with a federal crime for Tax Fraud and I want to make sure that this... Read more »

D. Mathew Blackburn
D. Mathew Blackburn answered on Dec 3, 2019

The ability to claim you as a dependent is not related to whether you're in high school. The question is did he provide over one half of your support.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Am i likely to get arrested for theft from my employer?

Im a 19 year old employee who was caught stealing money from the till at Safeway, im currently on pending investigation suspension, and have already admitted to it after hearing the evidence from the investigator, and was told i would hear about the result by Tuesday at the latest. My question is... Read more »

William Jaksa
William Jaksa answered on Nov 27, 2019

Depends on your employer and how they decided to handle the matter.

You might want to consider, without admitting to theft, offering to pay back any shortages as a result of your mistakes. IF your employer is made whole and suffered no loses it could save money in legal fees and a criminal...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: what do you do if its edd insider fraud
David Stephen Kestenbaum
David Stephen Kestenbaum answered on Nov 11, 2019

You file a police report and let th hem investigate!

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: I am needing help with my boyfriends criminal drug case! The case is out of Marshall Co Tn. He was arrested Nov 6 forfta

Fta for circuit court apparently. This happened prior to us getting together. The charges are possession of sch II, intent to resale,driving with no license

Cayley Turrin
Cayley Turrin answered on Nov 11, 2019

I would suggest that you consult and hire an attorney for his case as soon as possible.

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3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: If some one was tried and convicted can they go and arrest another person for that same credit card

I Did jail time for a credit card and they arrested and is now trying to charge him now but I had ben first to do time for it so why does my friend have to do do time for using it to?..

William M. Weinberg
William M. Weinberg answered on Oct 24, 2019

I think you answered your own question. Your friend to use the credit card. That’s a crime because it wasn’t his card. Therefore, the government can charge him for using the card when he should not have use the card because it does not belong to him.

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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Business Law, Civil Litigation and White Collar Crime for Colorado on
Q: What can happen to a notary that notarizes completely blank POA's? He tells people to fill them out later.

This guy works for the county jail. He passes them out to inmates. What can happen to him? I know this is wrong. They are complete blank, nothing filled out. He just notarizes them like this.

William Jaksa
William Jaksa answered on Oct 14, 2019

In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for Arkansas on
Q: My ex-girlfriend is threatening to press criminal charges against me unless I continue to be with her. Is that blackmail
William Jaksa
William Jaksa answered on Oct 14, 2019

Yup. A person can threaten you with reporting a crime or starting a civil action to correct your behaviour - that's perfectly legal. But be my boyfriend or else ... that is blackmail. The real question is what are you going to do about it? Leave her and face criminal charges? What is worse?

2 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for Florida on
Q: Cashing checks in my name for a company and sending via Person to Person transfers like Western Union- legal or not?

I was contacted by a company called Start'Immo to work for them. I did about a months work and at that point, I was asked to cash a check for the company. I said I would because I was under the impression that it would be to deposit the check in the company account. However, the check has my name... Read more »

Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin answered on Oct 10, 2019

COMPLETE SCAM

The check us a fraud.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime on
Q: Identify five common crimes and their punishment
Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin answered on Oct 9, 2019

This is not a library service.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft and White Collar Crime for Washington on
Q: I have a renter that gets untol amounts of mail from capital one, often multiple per day. Could it be something illegal?
Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin answered on Oct 7, 2019

How would an attorney on the internet know if something nefarious is occurring?

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