Recent Posts in Immigration Crime Category

  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania One year probation, a $3500.00 fine and no supervised release in a federal felony case. We achieved probation and a fine for our client in federal court after he had faced possible multiple felony charges of money laundering, defrauding the federal government and false sworn statements relating to naturalization, citizenship or registry ...
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  • U.S. Marshalls Capture Machete Suspect

    || 2-Mar-2012

    What is assault? What if I use a weapon? Aggravated assault is more serious than simple assault and usually involves some object used as a weapon and/or the intent to cause serious bodily injury to the other person. Weapons lead to more severe criminal charges and increased jail time. There are often defenses or justifications for assaulting another person such as self-defense or defense of a ...
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  • Poconos Juvenile Crime Decline Reported

    || 27-Sep-2009

    The Pocono Record reported yesterday that juvenile probation placements have decreased by 20 percent in the Poconos, and that home foreclosure rates might have something to do with the change. Though there is currently no measurable evidence to support the claim, Monroe County's Chief Probation Officer recently told the Monroe County Commissioners that the he believes the county's negative ...
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  • Increased Police Presence at Scranton High School Football Game

    || 4-Sep-2009

    Have you seen WNEP's report about the increased police presence scheduled for tonight's football game at Scranton's Memorial Stadium? The report states that the number of police working the game will more than double, and that rowdy students and recent gang activity are the reasons why. The school superintendent reportedly believes that policing the games more intensively will yield no ...
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  • Hazleton, Luzerne County, Immigration Crime

    || 20-Jul-2009

    Need help with Hazleton, Luzerne County, immigration crime charges? If so, then you are not alone. In 2006, Hazleton made national news when it passed its Illegal Immigration Relief Act, a law that discouraged hiring and renting to undocumented immigrants. In Hazleton, this mostly meant Latinos; the law had a chilling impact on the Latino community, including its many members who are American ...
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