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Breast Implant Saves a Life?

Breast implants are credited with saving a South Florida woman’s life after she was attacked with a pocket knife. The 41-year-old woman was attacked by her ex-fiancé’s new girlfriend, 22-year-old Amy Winter. Winter attacked the woman outside of the unidentified male’s Melbourne apartment. Winter first scratched the woman’s car before stabbing the woman repeatedly in the chest. The woman’s new $6,000 saline breast implants protected the knife from entering her heart. The woman received the breast implants three months ago, after breaking up … [Read more...]

Woman Accused of Kidnapping Hoax and $1M in Fraud

The woman accused of a hoax kidnapping in 2009 has now been charged with stealing more than $1 million. The woman, Bonnie Sweeten, took her nine-year-old daughter to Disney World while simultaneously telling investigators the pair had been carjacked and abducted near Philadelphia. It is now alleged that Sweeten, 40, fled to Disney World amongst investigations into her personal finances. Sweeten worked as a paralegal where investigators say she stole money from settlements conducted through her law firm and also opened loans in the name of … [Read more...]

Connecticut Man Claims to have killed 17 People

South Carolina Federal Defense Attorneys Fox News is reporting that a Connecticut man convicted in a deadly home invasion bragged in a letter from death row that he has murdered 17 people and collected victims' sneakers as trophies.  He also ridiculed his accomplice as "not even worthy" of being his partner in crime. The New Haven Register reported over the weekend that it had obtained a letter that Steven Hayes allegedly wrote from prison, where he has been sentenced to death for the 2007 home invasion that resulted in the death of a … [Read more...]

Is the IRS After You?

South Carolina IRS Tax Lawyers Aggressive IRS Criminal Tax Fraud Defense Signs An Indictment for Criminal Tax Fraud is Looming: The IRS Revenue Officer who has been pressing you for payment suddenly disappears and won't return your phone calls. This is not necessarily a stroke of good luck. Instead, he may be back at the office writing up a referral to his friends in the Criminal Investigation Division. The IRS Revenue Agent who has been auditing your tax returnsdisappears for days or weeks. Again, this isn't cause for celebration. … [Read more...]

I Don’t Understand the Federal Sentencing System

ONCE ARRESTED   Every individual who has been charged with a crime is entitled to a reasonable bond. What is considered reasonable depends upon the type of crime committed, whether you are a flight risk, and whether you are a danger to the community. Nobody wants to sit in jail for months or years before the government decides to call his case. We understand that individuals who have been charged with crimes still have family obligations and need to be released on bond in order to effectively assist in preparing for trial. Bond … [Read more...]