Can You Travel While on Probation?

We all at times get put in difficult situations. Some may be harsh and others may be minor but no matter the level of difficulty it is, getting involved in situations we never intentionally wanted to partake in, comes with living life itself. And despite the bad rap lawyers tend to get in films, a…

Probationers’ Rights Under the Fourth Amendment

Created on September 17, 1787, and amended multiple times the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America. Not only is it the ultimate order of our land, the Constitution is also the foundation for every proceeding that occurs in our modern day courtroom. The first three words of Constitution are…

Credit Card Fraud: We Can Help

According to Title 18 U.S.C. §1029 of the Federal law, it is a criminal offense to knowingly and with intent defraud to use, produce, or traffic in counterfeit access devices—access devices being cards, codes, plates, account numbers, electronic serial numbers, mobile identification numbers, personal identification numbers, or other type of account access that is used…

Medicaid Fraud is a Serious Crime

In 2012, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force had uncovered $452 million dollars worth of false billings in seven cities across the nation. It was the biggest crackdown of Medicare fraud in history. More than 100 people (doctors, nurses, social workers) were arrested for suspicion of committing medical fraud. One of the allegations included workers at…