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What is the required intent for computer crimes?

Simply charging someone with a crime does not automatically mean they will eventually be found guilty in a criminal trial. The prosecution must prove their case, which means they must prove all the charged elements. For internet crimes, this includes proving the mental intent to prove the crime in question.

Don't go through a criminal trial without voicing your story

Ohio residents going through the criminal justice system often feel that their side of the events are either not heard or not given any credence. With enforcement officials adding to the alleged list of infractions and prosecutions working on developing a strategy to present the controversial facts in an unfavorable manner, it might feel like everyone is lining up against the person accused of committing the crimes in question.

What are drug manufacturing and cultivation charges?

Many may believe that possession and sale of drugs are illegal in Ohio, but manufacturing and cultivation of drugs, such as marijuana and methamphetamine is also considered a punishable offense, with the production of marijuana being a Schedule I offense.

Facing charges of mortgage fraud

Fraud may be a word that conjures up images of high financiers with coats over their heads trying to avoid the press and the throng of angry investors. You may not consider the overstatement on a resume or the omission on a tax return to be forms of fraud, especially since they don't seem to do any harm.

Are corporate crimes and white collar crimes the same?

The terms "corporate crime" and "white collar crimes" are both used interchangeably as they are both non-violent crimes related to some financial activity. Additionally, the type of charges are often similar, including but not limited to, embezzlement, fraud, bribery and money laundering. There are some key differences between the two that revolve around who benefits from the crime and who pays for it. These differences are very important to understand for Ohio residents facing criminal charges.

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