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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Promises More Drug Prosecutions

Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions released a memo directing all U.S. Attorneys to seek the most serious of charges relating to drug crimes which carry mandatory minimum sentences. This is a ...
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Big Changes to the Federal Bureau of Prisons Drug Program (RDAP)

The Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program also known as “RDAP” is the Bureau of Prison’s most intensive and demanding treatment program offered to inmates at several federal ...
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Secret Offshore Money Fuels Miami's Luxury Real Estate Boom

A recent Miami Herald news article detailed the discovery of thousands of documents of off-shore companies, known as “shell companies,” that were being used to buy luxury real estate while ...
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Miami Launderer gets 3 1/2 Years in Prison

Miami launderer get 3 ½ years in prison The younger brother of a fugitive money launderer accused of laundering $238 million from Medicare fraud from Florida into Cuba’s banking system ...
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FBI And Child Rapist A Free Man

It is so sad that the FBI will do anything (no matter how underhanded) and use anyone (no matter how disgusting) in the false name of “national security” case and point: FBI informant (and ...
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"Anonymous Tip

According to Key West Police, an anonymous tip led to the arrest of Alisher Zaharov and Andrei Balouev, who are being charged with felony counts of selling marijuana and selling prescription drugs, ...
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What is a Sneak & Peek Warrant?

"Sneak and peek" warrants allow a law enforcement official to enter someone's property without first informing them and conducting a search. The Legalization of Sneak & Peek Warrants ...
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Tax Fraud Crimes

Tax fraud is any willful act done with the intent of cheating the government out of money entitled for the Internal Revenue Service. While many people that file their own taxes may make some mistakes, ...
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Motion to Sever Counts

The purpose of motion to sever is to argue that the counts of an indictment should be separated from each other and tried separately. For example, the mere fact that the events giving rise to one ...
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Miami Men Caught in Elaborate Emerald-Cocaine

Two south Florida men created an elaborate plan to exchange of $300,000 dollars of emeralds for 10 kilograms of cocaine. In their grand scheme, the two men planned on using the money to repair a sail ...
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What Agency Will Be Investigating and Prosecuting a Federal Offense?

Are you under investigation for allegedly committing a federal crime? Are you wondering what agency will be investigating or prosecuting your case? Our Miami-based law firm provides hard-hitting legal ...
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Do I Have to Hire a Special Type of Lawyer for a Federal Offense?

Are you under investigation for allegedly committing a federal offense? Are you wondering whether you will need to hire a special type of lawyer to defend your case? If you are facing federal charges, ...
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Crime Pays

I found this article to be very interesting and sad because it impacts so many good people. I've had dozens and dozens of cases where my clients were wrongfully accused and arrested but their ...
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Why We Love Trials and Juries

Two high profile cases have been slogging along in Federal Court in Miami for the past few weeks: US v. Steiner before Judge Williams and US v. Khan before Judge Scola. In each case, the ...
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Airplane!

Today's theme in big city criminal defense: airplanes. It's almost 11:30 and I'm at Miami International Airport waiting for my day to end. Why? Because one of my smuggling clients is being ...
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