The New York Times earlier this year wrote Prosecutors’ Overreaching Goes Unchecked which talked about how US Attorney’s have become to power. The article had this to say, Prosecutors are the most powerful officials in the criminal justice system. They decide whether criminal charges should be brought and what those charges should be, and they exercise almost boundless … Read more US Federal Prosecutors Have Become To Power
This is a common question we hear, “How am I suppose to pay my student loans while in prison?”. Going to prison does not release you from your obligation to paying back your student loans, therefore it’s very import to handle your student loans while your in prison, you don’t want to leave prison and … Read more Paying Student Loans While In Federal Prison
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This being the first post for FPT I think the latest news from the Department of Justice be a fitting topic to start this site. It is a dark day for the rule of law. Federal and state authorities have chosen not to indict HSBC, the London-based bank, on charges of vast and prolonged … Read more The Department of Justice confirms that large financial institutions have immunity from criminal sanction.