How do the federal sentencing guidelines work in federal fraud cases?
White Collar Enforcement in 2013
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Matt Kaiser, a Washington DC federal criminal defense attorney at The Kaiser Law Firm PLLC (http://www.tklf.com), describes how the federal sentencing guidelines work in fraud cases.
White-collar cases have received...more
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