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Maryland woman repaid employer before fraud conviction

Documents showing an illegal money trail provide Maryland prosecutors with evidence to support allegations of non-violent financial crimes. Unusual transactions aren't always proof someone has committed fraud. Sometimes, the transactions or the prosecutors' interpretation of the way money is shifted is due to human error -- sometimes not.

Meth convictions can happen, even in Maryland

Some reports say that meth is not a big problem in the state of Maryland. In fact, Justice.gov places every aspect of methamphetamine in the low-risk category from possession to manufacturing to abuse. This tidbit might make the few who do dally with the substance complacent, and that could turn out to be a catastrophic error in judgment.

Repeat DUI offender violations explained

Have you been slapped with charges saying you are a repeat DUI offender? If so, you might want to pay attention. In Maryland, law enforcement can indeed charge you as a repeat offender, but only if your case meets certain criteria. If it has, then you might wonder what you can expect in the way of penalties. Here is what you need to know about repeat offender violations in the state of Maryland.

Are white-collar crimes overcriminalized?

Questions like this have become the center point of debate in recent years. As digital technology continues to grow rapidly, more and more people are finding themselves in hot water and facing white-collar crime charges. Computer fraud in particular has been a topic of great amounts of discourse as the charges and penalties for such activities expand.

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