Massive Gambling Raid in the US Leads to the Arrest of Dozens

Written by John M. on 2010-03-11 at 14:27
American gambling laws – GamingZion
American gambling laws have become a truly hot topic in the last couple year, and with good reason. It seems as though there is a chasm between individuals when it comes to the topic and no party is making headway. 

In most states, gambling at land-based facilities is perfectly legal. These facilities, however, are few and far between while at the same time highly regulated. Due to the presence of high demand and the lack of locations to qualm ones gambling hunger, there are many individuals who set up illegal businesses and take advantage of the situation. 

This has been the case for a while now in the state of Georgia. Lax in law enforcement have allowed this to become quite popular, especially in the city of Swainsboro. Recently there have been many complaints on behalf of the magnitude of such black market facilities or illegal operations. 

With the help of tip-offs police forces have been able to locate many underground gambling facilities and nab them. Among the mentioned facilities were many gas stations and very public areas. These stations would pay players cash for their results on video poker machines located in the buildings illegally.  

A huge raid over two counties and featuring the cooperation of 150 officers from 8 different agencies saw the shutdown of many underground gambling centers. Area district attorneys claim that arrests are coming and may put 70 individuals behind bars. 

Those who were involved in the practice are being charged with a felony. This charge may be paired with up to 25 years in prison. To avoid such problems, its much simpler if gamblers participate in internet gambling in the United States

There are a plethora of online casinos in the United States that are more than happy to accept players. If people would like to gamble, accessing such sites is the best way to avoid run-ins with the law. Online gambling isn’t illegal and foreign based gambling sites are out of reach of the US government’s jurisdiction.

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