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U.S. House passes federal bill banning animal cruelty

On Oct. 22, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill that would make it a federal crime to commit certain acts of animal cruelty in Arkansas and around the country. The bill was sponsored by Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., and Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla.

What is tax evasion?

No one enjoys paying income taxes, but if you are like most Arkansas residents, your fear of what the IRS could do to you if you fail to do so far outweighs your aversion to computing your taxes, filing your tax return and sending in your check.

Mail fraud is a federal crime

Crimes of deceit that come into or leave Arkansas via the U.S. Postal service or private interstate carriers are mail fraud. Because it crosses state lines, it falls under the jurisdiction of federal agencies. If you are facing charges, it is imperative that you understand the theory of the case and evidence against you.  At John Wesley Hall, our team often represents clients such as government officials, executives and other individuals unexpectedly facing criminal charges.

Federal crimes: Arkansas man faces human trafficking charges

A 45-year-old restaurant owner is facing a litany of charges following his arrest the week of Feb. 7. The man has been charged with rape and human trafficking, the second of which falls under the category of federal crimes. He has since been released on bail, but Arkansas authorities are also pursuing the charges against him. 

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