Perjury

  • Degrees of Felonies and the Consequences

    …; 9) improper relations between teacher-educator and student; 9) intoxication manslaughter; 10) possession of between 50 pounds to 2,000 pounds of marijuana; 11) sexual assault; 12) stalking (second offense); and 13) human trafficking (any age). Examples of a third-degree felony include: 1) deadly action with a firearm; 2) aggravated perjury; 3…

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  • You Have the Right to Remain Silent

    … South Florida Criminal Attorney | DUI Attorney Blog You Have the Right to Remain Silent Fool! YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT | USE IT Most people view the fifth amendment as a shelter or haven for individuals who have committed a crime. Invoking your right to remain silent is typically viewed as an admission to criminal conduct. After all…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 23 readers -
  • What Happens When Someone Drops Charges Against You?

    … or an illegal search was thrown out Lack of sufficient probable cause to make an arrest The evidence is not sufficient to justify the charge The state’s attorney feels that there is little chance of getting a conviction Witnesses may have been mistaken and later changed their story or a witness cannot be located The arresting officer was simply wrong Once…

    Matthew Sharp/ The Law Office of Matthew D. Sharp- 24 readers -
  • Law Firm Responsible for Ponzi Scheme Losses

    … to operate relatively unmolested and unimpeded. Things were so cozy that the head of the government’s Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) entered into a “Voodoo like” blood pact with Stanford. Stanford bribed his new FSRC blood brother and the agency in turn tipped off Stanford about investigations from the U.S. Chadbourne & Parke’s…

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  • Texas Perjury Laws and Penalties

    … for this offense can include: Up to one year in county jail Up to a $4000 fine The penalties for aggravated perjury can be much more serious. Aggravated perjury is a third degree felony in Texas. A person who is convicted of aggravated perjury may be sentenced to: Two to 10 years in Texas state prison Up to a $10,000 fine In addition, a person who is found…

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  • Tips for Tax Deadline Day

    … to file your tax return anyway to avoid additional penalties. If you are unable to pay your tax bill because you are struggling to pay other debts or have limited income, Bond & Botes offers a free consultation to discuss your financial options, including managing those tax liabilities. One option of settling your debt may be an “Offer in Compromise…

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  • The Good Soldier Defense – Three Things You Need To Know

    … appropriation, robbery, forgery, making checks with insufficient funds, sodomy, arson, extortion, burglary, housebreaking, perjury, and frauds against the United States. Call Gagne, Scherer & Associates, LLC today to schedule a consultation with a civilian military criminal defense lawyer. Any military charge is extremely serious. Military…

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  • What is an “Affidavit of Service” in a Debt Collection Case?

    … the summons and complaint describing how, when and upon whom the summons and complaint were served. The statement is a sworn statement meaning that it subject to the penalties of perjury. The person who serves the papers is usually a professional and licensed “process server” who was hired by the debt collector’s lawyers to serve the papers…

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 30 readers -
  • Should I Tell My Lawyer the Whole Truth?

    … Should I Tell My Lawyer the Whole Truth? Posted by Matthew Sharp under Criminal Law, Defendants' Rights December 23, 2015 Working With A Lawyer in Texas When a person is charged with a criminal offense in the state of Texas, they may hire a lawyer or work with a court appointed attorney. In all legal cases, hiring a lawyer can be very…

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