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Hitting the ground running when accusations of crime are made

No St. Louis resident likes to be accused of wrongdoing. Most times, when a person is accused of doing something improper, the situation can be corrected relatively quickly and easily. In other cases, however, the situation can escalate into something much more serious.

17-year-old arrested at school after alleged hacking incident

Computers, cell phones and other related technologies are a vital part of everyday life for St. Louis residents. This is especially the case when it comes to younger individuals, who have grown up using computers and could not imagine life without them.

Level the playing field with the government after fraud charges

Most St. Louis residents believe in the concept of fairness. This concept is integral to the criminal justice system. Individuals who are charged with crimes by the government have many rights that are protected and recognized under our legal system, including the right to a fair trial.

Tax season may not be done for all St. Louis residents

Tax season has come and gone for most St. Louis residents, with many filing their returns by the recent deadline. While these individuals may believe they are now finished dealing with their taxes for another year, this may not be the case based on recent activity.

What is a phishing scam?

Many St. Louis residents have grown accustomed to using the internet on a regular basis in their personal and professional lives. While the internet has revolutionized the way individuals communicate and interact with one another, it has also resulted in many new criminal charges being brought against individuals for various forms of internet crime.

St. Louis residents: be careful what you say to law enforcement

Imagine being at home with your family on a normal day when, suddenly, federal agents show up knocking at your door to execute a warrant. A person's likely reaction is to have some confusion and fear over the situation, particularly if an arrest follows from the search.

Putting the government to its burden of proof, before trial

Everyone has experienced a situation at one point or another where they have been wrongfully accused of something. Most times, these incidents are minor in nature, such as disputes among family members that pass over quickly. On occasion, however, the accusations can be far more serious in nature, which can turn a person's life upside down.

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