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September 2018 Archives

What are feds reportedly focusing on in fraud realm?

The heavy hitters are hitting heavily when it comes to their reported focus on fraud probes and convictions in Missouri and nationally. A recent Accounting Today article spotlighting "the latest fraud trends and how [law enforcers] are combatting them" stresses a combined effort undertaken by various national agencies that target criminal activity.
Much of the subject matter that is writ large in the above piece is decidedly in the white collar realm. It stresses activity ranging from cryptocurrency scams on the dark web to fraudulent securities-linked schemes.

Ignition interlock devices and distracted driving

Among the various penalties that a person in Missouri might experience if they are convicted of a driving while intoxicated offense is the required installation and use of an ignition interlock device. This device is intended to prevent a person from driving after consuming alcohol again and it allows drivers to regain their driving privileges earlier than they may otherwise without the IID.

Missouri police stop instructive on several counts

Facially, the news headline and a quick read of the related story seem to simply tell the tale of an eminently careless motorist in Missouri who gave police officers ample reason to stop him. What followed thereafter seems to have been an almost preordained ordering of events that led to a major drug discovery and bust.

Finding an addiction treatment program that meets your needs

Whether you have been convicted of a drug crime and are currently awaiting a trial or whether you are behind bars as you pay for the consequences of your decisions, one of the best things you can do to overcome your past is to get professional help. At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld Attorneys at Law, we have helped many people in Missouri to work through the process of dealing with drug crimes and offenses. 

Push for lower BAC tolerance after fatal accident

The decision to drink and drive has considerably more dangerous consequences than many people realize at first thought. While some may see their decision as one that will only negatively affect them, if they fail to make responsible decisions because their thinking is impaired, they can create chaos which may result in serious harm or death to anyone in their immediate surrounding. While Missouri has a restriction on the amount of alcohol that is considered tolerable before driving, those laws are sometimes questioned when accidents continue to happen. 

How a DUI roadblock can be ruled infirm, result in case dismissal

We note in our immediately preceding blog post that police sobriety checkpoints are conducted "subject to a number of stated rules that operate against unbridled police conduct." Our September 4 entry stressed that many states, including Missouri, deem DUI roadblocks legal so long as they conform tightly to a number of stated restrictions.

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