Month: February 2016

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Tricare Fraud: Federal Government Targets Compounding Pharmacies

In response to claims that fraud has become rampant within Tricare, the U.S. Defense Department’s health care system covering millions of service members (both active duty and retired) and their families, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has launched aggressive probes...Read More

Understanding Federal Wire Fraud

Under the federal system, mail fraud and wire fraud are two closely-related offenses that involve use of different types of media to commit various forms of fraud. For an overview of the federal mail fraud statute and to see some...Read More

When Is a “Mistake of Fact” Defense Warranted?

In Texas and other states, being mistaken about the facts and circumstances involved in your alleged crime can be a defense that will help you avoid getting convicted. This “mistake of fact” defense does not apply to all crimes, but...Read More

How to Fight Your Prescription Drug Charges

The penalties for prescription drug crimes vary based upon the severity of charges and the specific crimes alleged. But, as a general rule, if you have been accused of a prescription drug crime, you can expect to face severe punishment...Read More

How Does Alternative Sentencing Work?

If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI); a drug, theft, or sex crime; or any other type of criminal offense, you are probably worried about steep fines, months or years of probation, and possible jail time....Read More

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