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What is money laundering?

The topic of money laundering has come up often in the news lately, but what is money laundering? Many Ohio residents may not be aware that it is a crime to conceal the identity, source or the destination of money. For example, banks and various types of financial institutions are required to report financial transactions over a certain amount.

Reasonableness and conducting a search and seizure

The right to be secure in one's home, property and papers is a right many Ohio residents may take for granted, but those facing drug charges may appreciate this constitutional right. The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects Americans from unreasonable behavior by government officials, which means it generally protects against unreasonable searches and seizures.

Reasons natural drug addiction treament may work for you

If you're one of many Ohio residents struggling with drug addiction, you likely understand the negative effects such conditions can have on a person's life. If your particular situation has led to legal problems, you may really have your work cut out for you when trying to get your life back on track. Many people opt to enter drug abuse treatment programs to help them conquer their addictions. There are various types of counseling, and determining which one best suits your own needs and goals is half the battle.

What elements must be proven to establish embezzlement?

When Ohio residents hear the term fraud, they may not know that there are many different types of frauds. Fraud is a broad term, which means to knowingly misrepresent the truth to someone or to knowingly conceal a material. Both actions are presumably done in order to get someone to act to their own detriment. Embezzlement is a common type of fraud.

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