How To Avoid Additional Charges When Facing An Investigation and Indictment

Posted on by George Christie

In today’s fast-paced world and unstable economy, it can sometimes be a challenge to keep one’s moral compass pointing true north. When was the last time you took a short cut in the interest of your pocket book? In business we sometimes call them perks, in an investigation they are called misdemeanors and felonies.

There are two types of investigations: covert, where you have no idea until the indictment and arrest takes place, and overt, where you are put on notice. When all things are considered, the covert actions could be viewed as an act of mercy, were you to become the target of a multiagency task force probe. Imagine a four-year investigation ending with a 59-count indictment…but let’s back up a few years.


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