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College admissions scandal takes a dramatic turn: Will Full House's "Aunt Becky" end up behind bars?

In a jaw-dropping scandal that recently took the nation by storm, dozens of wealthy parents were charged with cheating and lying to get their children into top-tier schools. The federal investigation - dubbed "Operation Varsity Blues" - is the most far-reaching college admissions prosecution in national history.

The rundown on rapper Tekashi69 (and why he might spend the rest of his life behind bars)

There's a saying: "He who rises high, falls far." And for rapper Tekashi69, the fall looks to be very far indeed.

Manafort trial: Is analyzing jury questions just guesswork?

Last Wednesday, a jury found former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty of eight federal charges involving bank fraud and tax evasion. Yet jurors were unable to reach a consensus on the remaining ten counts, leading the judge to declare a mistrial on those charges.

New Assistant U.S. Attorney positions in Charlotte to focus on violent crime

Last week, the Justice Department announced the creation of more than 300 Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) positions nationwide. It's the most significant expansion in decades.

Teen had plans to join ISIS, rob Raleigh gun store and more

A two-month investigation by the York Police Department into a teenage boy was kept quiet by officials because of a public safety concern. According to the York police chief, once the teen was arrested, they did not believe there was "any other danger to the community."

What happens when someone is charged with a federal crime?

If you are facing federal criminal charges, you may wonder what options you have. Because the federal criminal process is different from local and state criminal processes, it's important to have representation by an attorney experienced in defending clients against federal charges. Below, you will find out how the federal criminal process works.

Poacher gets 5 months for federal crimes in national park

A North Carolina man has received five months in jail for possessing an illegal plant. No, he was not convicted on charges of marijuana possession; in fact, the man was facing federal crimes for poaching ginseng out of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The 46-year-old man was accused of possessing more than 80 roots of American ginseng that he had dug out of the national park. The federal charges stem from the fact that the crimes occurred on federal land.

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