Tag Archives: 18 USC 3282

Internet Sex Crimes + Laws, Charges & Statute of Limitations

The Internet is the latest frontier for law enforcement officials. The majority of Internet sex crimes involve people who are underage, dealing in videos of child pornography, or using the Internet to set up sexual contacts with children. Approximately 2,500 people are arrested every year in the US for Internet sex crimes involving minors. About… Read More »

Corruption Laws, Charges & Statute of Limitations

Public corruption is a broad category of white-collar crime defined by a breach of public trust or an abuse of power enacted by public officials. Corruption can take place when the corrupt individual receives a bribe or solicits one. Although all states have laws pertaining to public corruption, federal corruption charges are made more likely… Read More »

Drug & Narcotics Laws, Charges & Statute of Limitations

Federal drug charges result from violations of the federal laws pertaining to possession, manufacture, and sale of controlled substances. Federal Drug Charges Laws Federal and state drug laws differ markedly. State drug laws have a tendency to be relatively lenient compared to federal laws depending upon the specific activity that the alleged possessor of drugs… Read More »