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Why aren't cybercrimes easy to prosecute?

Cybercrimes are interesting, because while they may also involve crimes that take place in the real world, they primarily take place online. Someone may hack into your email and get your credit card numbers before using them to make a purchase online, or someone might steal your identity and make a real estate purchase before you know you've been a victim of fraud at all.

What is insider trading?

It seems like there are constant news stories about insider trading. You may be familiar with the incident that sent Martha Stewart to federal prison. But you do not need to be wealthy or famous to be guilty of this white-collar crime. In fact, it is possible to commit insider trading without even realizing it. 

Opioid sales potentially leading to murder charges in Ohio

Opioids have become such a major problem throughout the United States that they're drawing attention to the role doctors, pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies play in addiction. Not all people who end up dependent and addicted to drugs intended to become that way; in many cases, those struggling with pain and dealing with it through opioids are the ones who ended up paying the price.

Financial crimes: A range of crimes with potential prison time

"Financial crime" is a cover-all term for many kinds of financial crimes including fraud, identity theft and others. Every financial crime is a little different, and thus attorneys have to work diligently to protect their clients. Defenses that could work for one act may not work well for another.

Accused of installing a keylogger? Protect yourself

If you've worked on computers, you may be familiar with the term, "keylogger." A keylogger is a type of spyware tool that is used by cybercriminals. This tool actually records every key you press on your keyboard, which could mean recording Social Security numbers, phone numbers and other identifying information.

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