How does a federal offense differ from other offenses?
Answer: The federal offenses are, generally speaking, they involve more than one jurisdiction. So it would be not only Florida but another state where the conduct is crossing state lines, and therefore the federal government would have jurisdiction. Also, there’s specific federal crimes, specifically federal tax income evasion you would have in federal court. And there are other cases as well that the federal courts have jurisdiction over. But they also have in conjunction with state jurisdiction, a lot of times state cases will, people will investigate things like child porn that the federal government decides to pick up as opposed to the state prosecuting. But generally speaking, the differences are related to when they’re involved in various different jurisdictions.