Articles Tagged with “Internet Fraud”

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You’ve got to feel for federal district judges.

Their caseloads are going up as the Senate refuses to confirm judges to replace those who have left the bench. Justice Scalia doesn’t respect them. Their pay hasn’t been meaningfully increased in years.

So you could understand why a federal district court judge would want to have fewer trials.

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As the Supreme Court reminded us a few weeks ago, most criminal cases end in a plea. United States v. Saferstein, from the Third Circuit, is a stark reminder of how a plea can go sideways, and a lovely example of one feature of federal plea practice – appeal waivers.

GoInternet – They Made Money The New Fashioned Way

Mr. Saferstein was the CEO of GoInternet.