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Lying to Federal Agents Can Lead to Serious Criminal Charges – Always Insist on Having an Attorney Present:

Typical scenario – early morning, FBI agents show up unannounced at your home or workplace wanting to speak with you. You are not under arrest, they are simply investigating something that you can help with. Maybe it’s about your employer, or friend, or something you were involved in with others. You are caught off-guard by [...]

By |2022-01-14T14:02:07-04:00January 14th, 2022|Criminal Appeals, Criminal Charges, Criminal Trial, Fifth Amendment, Perjury|Comments Off on Lying to Federal Agents Can Lead to Serious Criminal Charges – Always Insist on Having an Attorney Present:

Embezzlement, Employee Theft and Criminal Forfeiture

Chief Financial Officers, Account Managers and bookkeepers all, to vary degrees, are trusted employees who have access to corporate funds. Access to company funds, with little or sporadic oversight, can leave a company vulnerable to a variety of fraudulent schemes to obtain funds those employees were not entitled to. Common schemes include: The trusted employee [...]

By |2022-01-11T18:20:19-04:00January 11th, 2022|Asset Forfeiture, Business Fraud, Criminal Charges, Criminal Investigation, Criminal Trial, White Collar Criminal Defense, White-Collar Crime Penalties|Comments Off on Embezzlement, Employee Theft and Criminal Forfeiture

Manhattan District Attorney Overhauls Criminal Prosecution

Newly sworn in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg issued new policies and procedures to his staff that substantially altered existing office policy in prosecuting criminal cases. The new directive defers certain prosecutions for lower-level offenses, reduces certain felony offenses, prohibits seeking life in prison without parole, and prohibits seeking bail except in limited violent offenses.

By |2022-01-05T19:33:51-04:00January 5th, 2022|Arrest Warrant, Bail, Convictions, Criminal Charges, Criminal Defense Law Firm News, Criminal Discovery, Criminal Investigation, Felony, Indictment, Sentencing|Comments Off on Manhattan District Attorney Overhauls Criminal Prosecution

New Administration Leads to New DOJ Enforcement Priorities

Each new administration, through its Attorney General, set policy as to the Department of Justice’s enforcement priorities. As the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division, Kenneth Polite recently outlined those priorities. In general, those areas include foreign corruption, computer crimes and money laundering. Polite announced that his office will be unveiling a [...]

By |2021-12-15T12:52:12-04:00December 14th, 2021|Business Fraud, Criminal Charges, healthcare, Healthcare Fraud, Money Laundering|Comments Off on New Administration Leads to New DOJ Enforcement Priorities

Laura K. Gasiorowski’s Pro Bono Pursuit of Free and Appropriate Education for Disabled Student Prevails

Laura K. Gasiorowski will once again be participating in the annual NJICLE Immigration Law and Criminal Acts webcast presented by NJSBA. The panel, composed of criminal and immigration lawyers, will tackle the myriad legal issues that arise in “crimmigration”… the intersection of criminal and immigration law.

By |2021-12-07T14:53:53-04:00December 7th, 2021|Criminal Defense Law Firm News|0 Comments

Laura K. Gasiorowski to Teach at Annual NJICLE Immigration Law and Criminal Acts Webinar

Laura K. Gasiorowski will once again be participating in the annual NJICLE Immigration Law and Criminal Acts webcast presented by NJSBA. The panel, composed of criminal and immigration lawyers, will tackle the myriad legal issues that arise in “crimmigration”… the intersection of criminal and immigration law.

WhatsApp End to End Encryption Is Not Always Secure

ProPublica recently reported that Facebook hired 1000 workers around the world to review WhatsApp messages that are flagged as “inappropriate.” WhatsApp markets itself as a private messaging platform that secures those messages with end-to-end encryption that only the participants can view. Billions of people around the world use WhatsApp and other such “secure” messaging services to exchange private, sensitive business or personal messages.

By |2021-09-09T12:49:49-04:00September 9th, 2021|Criminal Discovery, Criminal Investigation, Privacy|Comments Off on WhatsApp End to End Encryption Is Not Always Secure

Robert G. Stahl, Esq. Criminal Defense Lawyer Named to the 2022 Best Lawyers in America List

Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers has once again been recognized by US News and World Report as one of New Jersey's best White Collar Criminal Defense Firm in its 2021 edition. Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers is once again included in the 2021 Best Lawyers in America list. He has been included on the Best Lawyers® in America list for nine years, since the list was published in 2012.

By |2021-08-20T13:29:11-04:00August 19th, 2021|Criminal Defense Law Firm News|0 Comments
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