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Professor: Charges for federal crimes in Gray case unlikely

The U.S. Department of Justice was invited to examine the practices of the Baltimore Police Department late year. Federal agents were called after the city paid numerous legal settlements in cases of alleged police misconduct, like wrongful arrests and the unreasonable use of force.

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.

What can I expect if charged with a crime in federal court?

Facing a federal criminal trial is particularly frightening for defendants, but you can lessen your anxiety by becoming familiar with the process. Typically, your criminal defense attorney will fill you in on the details of your particular case, but in the meantime, here is a brief outline of what you can expect when appearing in court for federal crimes.

How the federal government looks at white collar criminal charges

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is often involved in cases of white collar crime. Past cases that they have worked on include the one involving the energy and commodities company Enron.

Maryland one state targeted by cybercrime

Computer fraud affects many in Maryland and other states. A popular teen USA has been on the news talking about her experience with "creepware." a nickname that has been given to a group of malware that has found its way into people's homes and bedrooms via their computers.

Silk Road case began with Maryland indictment

An indictment filed inside a Maryland courthouse led to the arrest of the 29-year-old man allegedly behind the Silk Road, the notorious online marketplace where buyers could obtain illegal drugs and hacked credit card numbers. The only way to pay for their purchases was with the digital currency Bitcoin.

Medicaid fraud is big business - 25 charged by feds

Facing a federal charge is a serious issue. Anyone who is facing these types of charges has the right to mount a vigorous criminal defense. There are a variety of reasons why a person might have federal charges levied against him or her, one of which is Medicare fraud. Clinton readers might be interested to hear about such a case that is happening in Washington DC.

Maryland woman pleads guilty to tax fraud criminal charges

A Maryland woman has pleaded guilty to formal allegations that she was involved in a local tax fraud scheme. The woman decided to plead guilty to the criminal charges after she was indicted in June with another defendant. That woman was an employee of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The defendant in this case could spend up to a decade in prison, and she could face hundreds of thousands of dollars in criminal fines.

Fraud charges for 3, including 2 post office managers in Maryland

The Federal Bureau of Investigations used a multitude of records to build a case against two men and one woman for a large mail, wire fraud and bribery scheme. Two of those arrested, one of the men, age 37, and the 43-year-old woman, were U.S. Post Office managers in Waverly and Pikesville, Maryland, respectively.

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