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What are the penalties for forged prescriptions?

The rising use and abuse of prescription drugs has fuelled a serious problem in the country. The number of deaths caused by drug overdoses has also skyrocketed in the same period. Many states, including Ohio, have responded by creating laws that curb prescription drug abuse and severely penalize those who forge drug documents.

Thirteen indicted on fraud charges

When someone knowingly executes or attempts to execute a plan that defrauds a financial institution or obtains the money, credit, funds or property owned or under the control of a financial institution by using fraudulent means or by using fraudulent misrepresentation, they may find themselves facing bank fraud charges. These charges carry with them serious penalties, including a fine that is no more than $1,000,000, and could include imprisonment of up to 30 years.

When police are knocking, do you have to let them in?

Let's say you're sitting at home one evening, enjoying a movie or football game on TV. Your family is throughout the house, carrying out various activities typical to an average household in America. Overall, you're feeling pretty well satisfied with life, and safe and secure within your own home. That is, until a loud rapping at the door causes you to startle. Perhaps you approach your entry way and look through a nearby window to see who's outside.

Know the difference between different drug charges

Readers of this Cincinnati criminal defense legal blog are encouraged in all cases to discuss their pending charges with attorneys who practice criminal law. Information contained in this and other posts on this site are offered as information only and readers should not rely on the contents presented herein as legal advice.

What is wire fraud?

We've heard of the terms "phishing" and "spamming" before but perhaps without understanding that they represent forms of fraud that can be punishable with serious penalties. Specifically, since these forms of actions are conducted over interstate wires, they are considered forms of wire fraud.

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