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  • Roger Stone Sentencing and Why It’s Controversial

    A big news story in the world of white-collar criminal defense came out this week — specifically about a longtime president Trump ally and friend Roger Stone. In short, Mr. Stone was found guilty in…
  • When Favors Become Federal Indictments

    In the last few years, United States Supreme Court justices have hinted at opinions that overcriminalization and overzealous prosecution by the justice department might be getting a little bit out of control. Some of the…
  • What constitutes forgery?

    What constitutes forgery?
    What is forgery? Forgery generally refers to the making, altering, use, or possession of a false writing or document to commit a fraud. It involves an imitation of an object of value used with the intent…
  • David Tarrell Joins Berry Law Firm

    David Tarrell Joins Berry Law Firm
    Berry Law Firm is pleased to announce that David Tarrell is joining the Firm in June, 2018. Dave has been a champion of his clients’ interests in many practice areas, and at Berry Law Firm,…

    Bank fraud is a white-collar crime often charged at the federal level because it affects the nation’s financial institutions. As such, it carries heavy penalties. Facing charges of bank fraud can be a terrifying experience…
  • Cyber Crimes and the Fourth Amendment

    Cyber Crimes and the Fourth Amendment
    What is cyber-crime? When someone commits a cyber-crime, they’ve committed an illegal action through a network or computer. This can range from illegally downloading music files to stealing millions of dollars from online bank accounts.…
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