Legal Advice for White Collar Crime — 30 results
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
White Collar Crime is broad in its definition. It does not exist as a criminal category in any statute books. Instead, it is a generic category used to describe crimes that are often... more
Written by attorney Ralph F. Guerra, about 2 years ago.
Economic Crimes are typically referred to as white collar crimes. The crimes that fall under this category range from racketeering, money laundering, schemes to defraud, thefts, forgery,... more
Written by attorney Ann Marie Fitz, over 2 years ago.
The majority of my practice focuses on the defense of federal white collar crimes, which can be a confusing area of law for people who are unfamiliar with the system. In that vein, I've... more
Written by attorney Brandon Hudson, almost 3 years ago.
White collar crimes are non-violent crimes that usually occur in the business world. If you have been accused of fraud, embezzlement, or money laundering you need to learn as much as you... more
Written by attorney Brian Perskin, over 3 years ago.
The term white collar crime was coined back in 1939 by Professor Edwin Hardin Sutherland. He explained that white collar crime was committed by a person of respectability and high social... more
Written by attorney Alfredo Acosta, over 3 years ago.
White collar crime can take place at all levels of society. From counterfeiting, to blackmail, to embezzlement it can be prosecuted on both the state and federal levels.
White collar crime... more
Written by attorney Thomas Hartmann, about 4 years ago.
The thought of being
charged with a white collar crime can send shivers through executives,
business builders and financial experts.
Unlike street crimes such as drug offenses, robbery, and... more
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, about 1 year ago.
It seems like you can't read the paper these days without seeing something about an executive of some big company who is being investigated by the government for doing something wrong. Is... more
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, over 1 year ago.
More White Collar Cases Are Being Prosecuted at the State Level.
The United States Attorneys Office in the District of Minnesota has been more selective in the cases it prosecutes. B. Todd... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 2 years ago.
Counterfeiting is considered to be a severe criminal offense that involves the fabrication of fake documents, items, or other goods. Individuals can face charges for counterfeiting if they... more
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