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Blog Posts in March, 2019

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  • 2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities
    2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities

    On Monday, March 11, 2019, the White House released its 2020 Budget Proposal. The federal government’s plan for Fiscal Year 2020, A Budget for a Better America , is a robust 150-page proposal packed ...

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  • 10 Differences Between Federal & State Criminal Courts
    10 Differences Between Federal & State Criminal Courts

    On a previous blog, we provided insight into some of the factors that go into the decision of whether criminal cases will be handled by state or federal prosecutors. While the particular facts and ...

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  • SCOTUS Ruling Limits Police Powers for Seizing Private Property
    SCOTUS Ruling Limits Police Powers for Seizing Private Property

    On February 20, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States dealt a major blow to the powers law enforcement agencies can exercise when seizing the private property of individuals accused or ...

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  • Will My Case Be Prosecuted by the Federal Government or the State of Ohio?
    Will My Case Be Prosecuted by the Federal Government or the State of Ohio?

    As criminal defense attorneys who represent defendants in both the state and federal criminal justice system, our legal team at Friedman & Nemecek, L.L.C. receives many questions from clients about ...

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  • Attorney Ian Friedman Speaks at The City Club of Cleveland on Fifth Amendment Rights
    Attorney Ian Friedman Speaks at The City Club of Cleveland on Fifth Amendment Rights

    On March 11, 2019, Attorney Friedman was a guest of the City Club Of Cleveland as a member of a panel on Fifth Amendment rights. "ConstitutionALE. The Fifth Amendment: Self-Incrimination and Double ...

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  • Can I Be Charged with a Crime by the SEC?
    Can I Be Charged with a Crime by the SEC?

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the federal agency primarily responsible for enforcing federal securities laws. Like many other federal agencies, its role in overseeing the ...

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