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The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland reported on December 17, 2013 that a federal grand jury has indicted 21 individuals in two separate indictments on racketeering conspiracy and drug charges related to their alleged drug dealing and

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On November 21, 2013 the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Reported announced that a federal superseding indictment was unsealed charging 19 additional defendants, including 14 former and current correctional officers with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and

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A federal grand jury in the District of Nebraska has returned two indictments charging four individuals in connection with the operation of various “spas” in Omaha. According to the indictments, all four individuals were involved in operating spas under various

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An alleged leader of the Juarez Drug Cartel in Juarez and Chihuahua, Mexico, pleaded guilty last Thursday in El Paso, Texas, and was sentenced to life in prison for his participation in drug-trafficking and numerous acts of violence in connection

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The U.S. government has a plethora of criminal statutes designed to curb the illicit transfer of funds and the flow of money in the underground economy. Federal law enforcement officers can investigate unlicensed money transmitting businesses (i.e. hawala) pursuant to

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Southern California Public Radio is reporting that a federal judge in Los Angeles is considering whether to allow the government to seize the trademarked name and logo of the Mongols motorcycle gang. The judge, Honorable Otis D. Wright II, told

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A majority panel of New York State Appellate Court judges reversed a lower court’s decision to throw out an indictment against an online money-transfer business for catering to buyers and sellers of stolen credit card information. The court determined that

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