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How Do Federal Criminal Case Work? Differences Between State & Federal Criminal Systems
If you have been caught up in the federal criminal justice system, you are most likely wondering about what happens in a federal criminal case. Schedule a free consultation with one of the best federal crime defense attorneys in California.
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As you may know, there are quite a few differences between the state and federal criminal processes. If you have been caught up in the federal criminal justice system, you are most likely wondering about what happens in a federal criminal case. Luckily for you, we have a Los Angeles federal crime attorney from Okabe […]

The Department of Justice has announced that it has convicted Louis Yeung of San Dimas, California for his orchestration of a $9 million bank fraud scheme. Yeung, the former vice president of Eastern Tools and Equipment Inc., pleaded guilty to creating shell corporations to fabricate transactions on a company credit line with East West Bank […]

In 2013, former Moreno Valley City councilman Marcelo Co was caught by the FBI accepting $2.36 million in bribes, an amount prosecutors believe to the be largest of its kind ever accepted by a public official during a sting operation. Now, due to the careful defense representation from Okabe & Haushalter, Co will serve just […]

Multiple federal charges against an anti-gang activist have been dismissed on grounds of “errors” that the federal prosecutors acknowledged in the man’s indictment. The man in question is one of the most well-known anti-gang activists in Los Angeles. While the judge assigned to the case dismissed the charges, he did so “without prejudice,” which means […]