A defendant convicted of Medicaid fraud argues that the two-year sentence enhancement for identity theft under federal law should not apply to his case, which did not involve misrepresenting another person's identity.
Supreme Court Prepares to Review Identity Theft Sentencing Rule
Stormy Daniels Testifies Against Her Former Attorney
Senator Schumer Urging Investigation of FaceApp
Senator Chuck Schumer sent a letter to the FBI and the FTC last Wednesday expressing his concerns regarding FaceApp, stating that it could “post national security and privacy risks for millions of U.S. citizens.”
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