The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”), 18 U.S.C. § 1030, prohibits, among other things, computer crime involving the knowing, unauthorized transmission of code to a “protected” computer which intentionally causes “damage.” 18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(5)(A)(i). A violation of the CFAA exposes one to both civil and criminal liability. Dresser-Rand Co. v. Jones, 957 F. Supp. […]
NOTE: See, United States v. Hipolito, 3:13-cv-338 (M.D. Pa.)(Robert D. Mariani, United States District Judge)(Opinion filed 3/6/2015, Doc. 37, denying IRS motion for summary judgment in foreclosure action against real property owned in Pennsylvania by tenancy by the entireties). March 6 2015 Opinion Denying IRS Summary Judgment The failure to pay federal taxes after demand […]
Sentencing Law and Policy: Fourth Circuit holds that Miller is not retroactive on collateral review under Teague
Sentencing Law and Policy: Fourth Circuit holds that Miller is not retroactive on collateral review under Teague.