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December 2019 Archives

40 felony charges follow carjacking attempts and police pursuit

A Michigan man with no criminal history may be sentenced to life in prison -- if he is convicted. Following 90 minutes of alleged crimes on a recent Friday, he was arraigned on no less than 40 counts of felony charges. According to police reports, the man was arrested after a police pursuit that ended when officers carried out a precision immobilization technique to force the accused offender to stop the vehicle he was driving.

Many computer and internet crimes involve crypto currency

Anyone with a start-up cryptocurrency business in Michigan might want to take extra precautions to protect their assets. Documents that were recently filed in a federal court in another state indicates that crypto assets can easily be lost. This case involves a 23-year-old man who was recently arrested on charges of computer and internet crimes for alleged crypto theft.

The law on porch piracy in Michigan

Since the rise of the online shopping industry, porch piracy, or the stealing of packages on a person's doorstep, has become an increasing problem across the U.S. The holiday season is a particularly popular time for criminals to engage in mail theft through the interception of packages left on doorsteps.

White collar crimes: $1 million sales of fake memorabilia

Michigan residents who purchased memorabilia online between 2010 and last month might now be unsure about the authenticity of the products. Federal prosecutors reported the arrest of a man in another state on white collar crimes charges. It is alleged that he offered autographed items of celebrities, movie stars and sports figures online. The indictment claims that people who were hired and paid to do it forged the signatures.

Credit union teller in Michigan charged with felonies

Circumstances can sometimes drive some people to commit white collar crimes out of desperation. Anyone who is charged with felonies that involve embezzlement or other fraud-related crimes in Michigan will remain innocent in the eyes of the law until, and only if, the prosecution can prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. This applies to anyone accused of a crime.

White collar crimes: 3 men arrested for alleged credit card fraud

Being accused of credit card fraud is serious, and people in Michigan or elsewhere will be wise to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. In fact, that applies to any accusations of white collar crimes. This will likely be the first steps taken by three men in another state who were recently arrested and charged with credit card fraud.

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