December 5, 2006
Evolution of Crime in the 21st Century
The Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia is holding a conference today in Atlanta called the Evolution of Crime in the 21st Century. The conference, to be held at the State Bar of Georgia, is being co-chaired by Richard W. Hendrix and Paul S. Kish, two prominent Atlanta attorneys. The topics include: Sex, Laws and Technology: An Overview of Internet Based Sex Crimes at the Federal Level; Fraud, Abuse and Compliance Under the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005; and Mortgage Fraud: A Modern Crime Wave. There is also a panel on current trends and on sentencing. This blog will cover some of the panel discussions from this conference.
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