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Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Violent Crimes on Saturday, October 25, 2014. When facing criminal charges, it's important to understand what those charges are as well as the penalties that may result from a conviction. In many cases, the criminal charges brought against an individual are based upon intent and the degree of harm inflicted. ...
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  • Man exonerated after spending 28 years in prison

    || 18-Oct-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Criminal Defense on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Twenty-eight years have passed since David McCallum learned he had been found guilty of felony criminal charges and would spend the rest of his life in prison. He was 16 years old. Just last week, flanked by family members, Mr. McCallum walked out of a New York courtroom a ...
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  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Criminal Defense on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Criminal charges related to money laundering are serious in nature and carry hefty penalties. In cases where allegations and criminal charges related to money laundering are filed by the federal government, targeted individuals often face stiff penalties including prison ...
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  • What is an expungement?

    || 3-Oct-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Criminal Defense on Friday, October 3, 2014. Individuals, who have been charged and convicted of misdemeanor or felony crimes, experience the repercussions of a conviction long after completing the terms of a sentence or probation. A criminal conviction can adversely impact an individual's ability to attend college, ...
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