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Where to Draw the Line With Undercover FBI Operations

Several news publications have been making much ado about a tactic the FBI used in 2007 to locate an individual suspected in a series of bomb-threats to Washington state high schools. The FBI created a fake news article,...more

Talking to the Feds: Do's and Don'ts

When the FBI—or any other law enforcement agency—wants to question you, it won’t make an appointment. Instead, agents arrive unannounced, knowing that the element of surprise works in their favor. People who are unprepared...more

Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties And Letters Rogatory: A Guide For Judges

The investigation of transnational criminal conduct often involves gathering evidence located in foreign countries. However, national sovereignty, international treaties, and international law preclude U.S. law enforcement...more

Orange County Business Journal: What to do if regulators come knocking?

What should you do if regulators knock on the door to your healthcare facility to execute a search warrant or administrative warrant? Healthcare executives need to understand that law enforcement is increasingly relying on...more

White Collar Litigation Update -- Supreme Court Permits Prosecution’s Comments Regarding Suspect’s Silence Where Suspect Did Not...

During government investigations, counsel regularly advise their clients that if a law enforcement agent unexpectedly shows up at their home or office, the client should decline to be interviewed and instead direct the agent...more

Silence Isn't Always Golden in Government Investigations: Bracing for The Impact of the Supreme Court's Decision in Salinas v...

On June 17, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion with important implications for anybody who wishes to remain silent when interviewed in connection with a criminal investigation whether they know it...more

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