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White Collar Crime: Advocacy When it Matters Most
White Collar Crime: Advocacy When it Matters Most

The Federal Sentencing Guidelines, followed by a spate of judicial decisions led by Booker v. U.S., 543 US 220 (2005), led to today’s sentencing practice in the federal judiciary. The defendant’s sentencing memorandum, a written submission detailing the facts and applying ...

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Blog posts in January

  • North Platte Doctors Sentenced for Tax Evasion

    George Lauby for the North Platte Bulletin wrote an article on the North Platte doctors case (PWA Farms Inc. v. North Platte State Bank). Dr. Michael ...

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  • Nebraska Supreme Court Decides Lesiak V. CVA - DLG Victory

    Domina Law Group represented a family of Nebraska farmers in a lawsuit against their herbicide vendor. They claimed that, while the herbicide worked, ...

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  • "Loss of Income" Tax Shelter is Federal Crime

    Insurance Policies & Deductions for Premiums: Sixth Circuit Finds Tax Evasion & Conspiracy The taxpayers’ longtime agent advised he had never seen ...

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  • Medical Malpractice, Military Providers, and the Veterans Administration

    David A. Domina is among the nation’s most experienced trial lawyers. Mr. Domina is also a military veteran and a former JAG lawyer. Domina Law Group ...

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  • Condemnation or Eminent Domain?

    Introduction 1. “Condemnation” is a hard word. Its more elegant legal name is eminent domain . Both mean this: property is taken from a private owner ...

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