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Husband & Wife Sentenced To Prison In Fraud Case

Joseph Atias of New York, 54 years old was sentenced to 40 months’ imprisonment and his wife Sofia Atias, 48, was sentenced to 8 months’ imprisonment, following their trial convictions for bank fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud in connection with the sale of their real property to Sacred Heart Academy, Hempstead, New York for athletic fields. They were…read more →

Dog and Animal Bites

When someone is bitten by a dog or any other animal, they have a legal right to recover damages from the animal owner or from the responsible party who was in charge of the animal. In every animal bite case, the first thing to do is to seek medical treatment immediately. Failing to do so can cause serious injury, and…read more →

When Your Personal Injury Claim Becomes Fraud

If you’ve been injured, your instinct may be to file a claim to offset the cost of medical care and recovery. Loss of earning potential and lost wages can be a heavy burden on anyone dealing with a personal injury, but it is important to be careful when filing a claim. A fraudulent claim will likely have serious consequences. Not…read more →

Burglary Charges in Arizona – Punishments and Defenses

When you are charged with burglary in Phoenix or other areas of Arizona, you are facing serious punishment and need the help of an aggressive criminal defense attorney. Burglary can occur when a person purposefully enters a property unlawfully with the intent to commit a theft or felony, according to ARS 13-1506, ARS 13-1507 and ARS 13-1508. There are three distinct…read more →

What is Crime of Facilitation in Arizona?

Facilitation in Arizona is a preparatory crime that is charged to individuals who have knowingly acted in a manner that provides another individual with the opportunity or ability to commit a crime. What that simply means is someone that helps another person commit a crime is a facilitator. While that individual actually committing the crime is charged with the crime,…read more →

What to Do If You Have Been Charged with Fraud in Arizona

Being charged with fraud can be terrifying. The term “fraud” describes a range of offenses that have been committed dishonestly or through misrepresentation of facts. These offenses may also be the result of a falsified statement or deceitful behavior, for which the term “fraudulent acts” may be used. Fraud is committed when a person intentionally deceives others for profit, toward…read more →

What are the Different Types of Misdemeanors?

Depending on the severity of the crime, it may be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony. Between the two, misdemeanors are the less serious crimes and usually consist of a fine. Other punishments for the more serious misdemeanor crimes include jail sentencing, probation, court supervision, community service, or a combination of these. The following crimes are usually classified as…read more →

What is Forgery in Arizona

  Forgery in Arizona is the act of falsely making or altering written documents or objects so as to deceive or trick others. It is defined under Arizona Revised Statutes ARS §13-2002 and is considered a type of fraud. Forgery is prohibited under Arizona law and the act of possessing or offering forged documents to another person is also considered…read more →

Bank, Mail and Wire Fraud Federal Charges In Arizona

A Bank, Mail or Wire Fraud is considered a Federal Charge in Arizona which carries a possible prison sentence for a first offense. Bank, Mail and Wire Fraud are defined under statutes 18 U.S.C. §1341, 18 U.S.C. §1343 and 18 U.S.C. §1344 and are the broadest basis for a RICO charge. What is a RICO charge? The Racketeer Influenced and…read more →

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