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March 2019 Archives

Guilty plea on white collar crimes involving cryptocurrency

Investors nationwide, including Michigan, who consider making "no-risk" investments in cryptocurrency projects might be blinded by the promises of high-interest returns and other benefits. ryptocurrency laws are evolving, and many gray areas exist. However, in a case that the U.S. Attorney's office believes to be the first of its kind nationwide, a cryptopreneur pleaded guilty to white collar crimes in federal court.

Tips to avoid Medicaid/Medicare fraud from accidentally occurring

Medicaid and Medicare payments to physicians have undergone some serious changes in the recent years. Keeping up with the changes can make it difficult for practitioners to know exactly what they need to do, when they need to do things and how to handle certain challenging situations. It is imperative that they take the time to find out what they need to do to remain on the right side of the program.

Nurse pleads guilty to white collar crimes

Anyone in Michigan or any other state who faces federal charges may be advised by legal counsel to plead guilty. In many cases, such a plea could lead to the best possible outcome. This was how a 37-year-old man in another state pleaded on multiple white collar crimes charges.

DNA test may tell which twin committed the felonies

Investigators in Michigan and other states have come to rely heavily on DNA for forensic testing. It is widely used in cold case felonies and in cases in which convicted individuals claim their innocence. However, they have always been stumped when a suspect is one of a set of identical twins. Following international research, U.S. criminal courts may permit use of DNA tests to distinguish between identical twins in the not too distant future.

Felonies: DNA evidence can even solve carjacking cold cases

Many cold cases involving violent crimes like homicide and rape have been solved by using forensic evidence. However, investigators nationwide, including Michigan, can use DNA samples gathered at the crime scenes of various felonies to solve cold cases. Law enforcement in another state recently arrested a suspect in a July 2017 case of a carjacking.

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