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Recently, the issue of whether continuing payments resulting from a criminal conspiracy toll the statute of limitations has come up. It has been argued by the government in recent cases that interest payments resulting from criminal conduct could constitute overt

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According to a press release from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia, Jose Calderon and Noemi Barboza, of Sterling, Virginia, were indicted on September 27, 2013 by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiring

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The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York recently announced the first ever indictment of a Swiss bank. The indictment, returned by the grand jury and unsealed on February 2, 2012, alleges that Wegelin & Co. conspired

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On July 15, 2010 a federal grand jury in the Middle District of Louisiana named Fred Belcher, among others, in a five-count indictment. The indictment specifically charged Mr. Belcher with (1) Conspiracy to Commit Health Care Fraud and (2) Conspiracy

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Conspiracy is frequently charged in federal criminal cases. In the simplest terms possible, a conspiracy exists whenever two or more people agree to commit a criminal offense. Since most white collar crimes involve multiple actors, U.S. Attorney’s commonly utilize conspiracy

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