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Texas traffic stops can lead to federal drug charges

On behalf of DeBorde Law Firm posted in Drug Charges on Tuesday, June 17, 2014.

So-called “routine traffic stops” are often cited in offense reports in criminal cases in Texas where the case allegedly begins a minor traffic violation, progresses to a search and ends up with a seizure. Law enforcement agencies all across the country use traffic stops to look for evidence of other offenses, including drug trafficking. A case which starts out as a traffic citation can quickly evolve into a district court case in state court or even a federal indictment.

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Worker in Texas school district indicted on federal fraud charges

On behalf of DeBorde Law Firm posted in Fraud on Friday, June 6, 2014.

Mail and wire fraud statutes cover a broad range of activities, allowing federal prosecutors a great deal of flexibility in seeking charges. As long as a person is accused of having a scheme to defraud another and uses mail or electronic communications in the alleged hopes of furthering a fraudulent scheme, it is probable that prosecutors can find a way to prosecute.

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