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Man accused of involvement in massive cybercrime case

On Dec. 22, a Bulgarian man who was accused of stealing confidential information from two California companies pleaded not guilty. According to the lawsuit, the man, age 44, used sophisticated malware that was specifically designed to obtain banking credentials from computers that had been infected.

City official charged with embezzlement

A California city official was booked on an embezzlement charge on Dec. 7 and then released the following day. The 47-year-old man is the deputy treasurer in Compton, and he has held the position for nearly 23 years. The man is scheduled for an arraignment in Compton Superior Court on Dec. 30.

3 things to know about federal criminal charges

The United States is said to be a free country, but there are laws that must be followed so that order in the country is maintained. When a person has allegedly broken these laws, that person is subject to criminal charges. The circumstances of the case determine if the charges will be state charges or federal charges. In the case of federal charges, it is important that the defendant learn as much as possible about the charges he or she is facing.

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