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White Collar Crimes
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In the corporate world, white collar crime is far from sparse. Business people have access to all sorts of insider information, funds, assets, etc. and these crimes can be very scandalous, especially when powerful faces in business are involved. If you take the risk of committing a white collar crime, you can face many years...
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Federal Investigations: Why? Federal investigations are the first step in the federal criminal justice process. Generally, they are launched by the filing of a credible crime report, data that has been gathered by a federal intelligence agency, information from defendants in pending criminal cases who are seeking leniency, or from a parallel civil investigation being...
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When people think of embezzlement, they generally think of a corporate officer stealing millions of dollars from company funds. Although this is true, there are many other ways one can be convicted of embezzlement. For example, taking money from deposits before bringing them to the bank or using a company credit card for non-related company...
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What Is Forgery and How Is This Charge Defended? Forgery is one of those criminal charges you’ve probably heard in movies and TV shows that refers to signing another person’s signature for some type of monetary gain, but most people don’t really know the real meaning of forgery in all its incarnations. So to set...
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The house of Judiciary Committee has passed a regulation, which makes the laws imposed to inflict punishment on white collar crimes – lenient. The measure was pushed through so quickly that legal experts had little to no time to react and pass out a solid analysis of the situation – or the potential impact that...
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Defendants accused of “white-collar crimes” traditionally pose no real threat to the general public’s physical safety, a factor that may influence prosecution of these crimes. So-called white-collar crimes can include fraud, bribery, insider trading, forgery, money laundering and embezzlement, among other non-violent crimes. The Commerce Clause of the US Constitution grants the federal government the...
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There is a common belief that a white collar crime is more complex than a typical criminal case. This is because many white collar crimes are charged at the federal level. Therefore, the federal government’s resources can make it difficult for any white collar crime defendant. But at the same time white collar crime can...
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