The IRS and Individual Income Taxes

Every April 15, individual income taxes are filed and reviewed by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS will either agree with what you’ve filed on your 1040 tax return and issue a refund OR the IRS will not agree with the information provided on your filed tax return and send a notice to
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The Rise of Online Gambling Prosecution

White Collar Federal Crimes are increasingly become a focal point for Department of Justice; from prosecution of corporations to a recently reinstituted practice of prosecuting individuals for a host of corporate-type activities. This, of course, includes securities fraud and other regulatory activities, as well as the more traditional white collar
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White Collar Crime and Tax Fraud

White collar crimes are becoming more and more prevalent. White collar crimes are not just the typical “ponzi” or “pyramid” schemes that you tend hear about. The most common types of white collar crimes are various types of fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion and money laundering.  In particular, tax evasion is
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Understanding the Synthetic Analogue

What is an analogue or synthetic drug? They are often referred to as “designer drugs,” and are typically found at gas stations and convenience stores. The Controlled Substance Analogue Enforcement Act of 1986 defines analogue drugs as those where the chemical structure of the synthetic drug is substantially similar to
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Handling the Untouchables- Sex Offenses in a Modern Age

Sexual crimes, including those involving online activities are becoming more and more prevalent.   Federal Sex Crimes involve stringent rules, high penalties, and the complete destruction of one’s personal life.  Allegations alone can be devastating.   Coupled with the embarrassment, the psychological trauma associated with these Federal and State Sex Offenses require
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