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How Cross-Border Law Enforcement Operation Trojan Shield Infiltrated Criminal Networks
By: Daniel Perlman | January 1, 2022 | Federal Defense
In a first-of-its-kind effort, a law enforcement-created encrypted messaging platform has been used to infiltrate the communication networks of some of the most widespread criminal organizations around the world. The coordinated effort was led by the US FBI, Australian Federal Police and law enforcement agencies in Sweden and the Netherlands. A slew o...
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More than 180 People Charged with Federal Crimes in Storming of U.S. Capitol Building
By: Daniel Perlman | January 26, 2021 | Federal Defense
Nearly two hundred people are facing charges in federal court for illegally entering the Capitol building and committing other criminal acts in and around the Capitol as part of the insurrection that took place in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. An estimated 800 people stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6 in a concerted effort […]...
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Businessman Charged with Bank Fraud for Multi-Million-Dollar Payroll Protection Program Fraudulent Scheme
By: Daniel Perlman | October 22, 2020 | PPP Fraud
An East Bay businessman faces charges from a filed federal criminal complaint for the alleged multi-million-dollar scam designed to illegally obtain over 22 million dollars in loans from the United States government’s Payroll Protection Program (PPP). The businessman was charged with bank fraud following investigations revealing multiple application...
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PPE Procurement Fraud Attorney
By: Daniel Perlman | May 12, 2020 | COVID-19, Federal Defense
A GRAVE WARNING ABOUT INADVERTANTLY INVOLVING YOURSELF IN A SCHEME INVOLVING THE SUPPLY OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT URGENT – FOR IMMEDIATE REVIEW Personal Protective Equipment or PPEs as they are commonly referred to are needed critically for caregivers, first responders, service personnel and the public in general – and there isn’t enough ...
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Resolving Federal Drug Charges
By: Daniel Perlman | May 11, 2020 | Federal Defense
SENTENCING MITIGATION While some federal criminal cases do proceed to trial, the vast majority are resolved through negotiation with the United States Attorney.  Within this negotiation exists a framework called federal sentencing guidelines.  These guidelines are set out in a chart where you cross reference the charges themselves again...
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