Some computer crimes (the general person with a computer doesn't know what is a crime on the computer and could commit one without realizing it) so you either didn't know or you knew exactly what you were doing and this is serious business. It all depends how serious the FEDS believe it is and if this is your first offence you may get lucky and hopefully have learned your lesson. It can take quite sometime to process your case for the DA. Since 9/11 people are being more scrutinized for their actions on computers, phone, airports, border crossings, etc. If one thinks they can hide behind a computer and get away with whatever they feel like think again. There are certain "key words" example: President ... death ... bomb ... weapons, that set off alarms to your own government. This is not the time to be playing games.
Federal Trade Commission
Investigated all federal departments to uncover any hidden Soviet Agents.
Theft of US mail is investigated by the US Postal Inspection Service and is a Federal offense for which the maximum penalty can be incarceration in a Federal Penitientiary.
Computer surveillance is the act of monitoring computer activity and data being transmitted over the internet. The Federal government can use this for security measures against terrorists and corporations use it as a form of business intelligence
federal government file charges against you
There doesn't need to be an independent investigation into 9.11, the federal government has investigated every aspect of 9.11.
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The U.S. Court of Claims hears cases dealing with claims against the federal government.
If it is committed on Federal property, or against a Federal officer, yes it is prosecutable in Federal Court. Otherwise, it is normally prosecuted as a state offense.
It is already regulated by state and federal government.
Violations of Federal law, suits against the Federal government and disputes between states.
If you don't pay federal income taxes, eventually you will eventually be investigated by the IRS. From there you will either have the money taken from you, your wages garnished or you may go to prison depending on the severity of the crime.
A federal question case takes place when the alleged plaintiff is charged with a violation against the United States Constitution. It can also a violation against federal law or a treaty which the United States is party to.
Yes, being on camera is a federal offense and can be punishable for up to 10 years in federal prison.
Several cases. Tampering with the US mail is a Federal felony, investigated by the US Postal Inspection Service. They have the highest conviction rate of any Federal Law Enforcement agency.
Be careful of tax software that is offered for free, most legitimate software will cost you money. QuickBooks offers tax software at a price, check to see if it already came bundled with your computer purchase as sometimes people mistake it for being free when in fact it was already on their computer at the price of an additional 100$ or so at checkout.
They both already do.
They both already do.
The Anti-Federalists wanted to protect citizens and the states against federal power.
Federal criminal charges are when a crime has been committed specifically against a federal law. Simple criminal charges are more general and the crime might have been committed against a federal or national law.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
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Yes. Federal courts can hear questions of federal law. Since the FDA is a federal agency, actions brought by it or against it will generally be brought in federal court.
No, not if its a matter of state law. It must be a federal issue for a federal court to overturn an issue already decided by a state court.