Sometimes, it makes sense to file for bankruptcy in a federal bankruptcy court if you have more debts than you can manage. When bankruptcy is filed, you are essentially safe – creditors can no longer attempt to sue you or collect property to pay debts. They must instead go to the court and determine how… Read More
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When you think of bribery, you may also think of extortion and, in fact, many people mix up the two. Both are criminal offenses that involve large amounts of money or property in many cases. However, the manner of exchange is very different, which sets them apart. In short, extortion usually does not involve public… Read More
Bribery has happened many times in the history of the United States when somebody is trying to have something work out to his or her benefit. Bribery, by definition, is the practice of offering, giving, or receiving something for the purpose of influencing an official in discharge of their legal duties. Under Statute 18 USCS… Read More
Fraud and Financial crimes are always serious as well as seriously punished when it is found that they were committed. They are almost always a form of theft or larceny, putting others at risk of losing large aspects of their finances due to criminals and their ruthless schemes. These criminals will gain benefit from the… Read More
More than a dozen high ranking South Bay school district officials were charged with bribery, corruption and taking part in a œpay to play scheme involving school construction projects. Attorney Blair took part in the defense of one of these officials and is shown in this video.