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Corporate Employees Often Targets of Embezzlement Investigations

Posted by attorney Jeremy Geigle

Embezzlement is the theft of money, property, or other assets by an individual who maintains trust or responsibility over those assets. While embezzlement is a non-violent crime, and is usually associated with the corporate world, the punishment if convicted can be just as serious as punishments handed down for violent crimes. Both the state and federal criminal justice systems are not known for being lenient when it comes to punishments for embezzlement crimes. Authorities are cracking down on illegal workplace activity, and any individual under investigation for embezzlement should make sure that their legal rights are protected.

Generally, corporate employees in high-profile roles, such as accountants, business executives, CEOs, CFOs, and other money managers, are usually the targets of an investigation for embezzlement. When these accomplished individuals suddenly find themselves faced with criminal charges for allegedly stealing from their employer, everything that they have worked so hard to achieve is on the line. As a result, it is crucial for professionals and executives facing issues related to extortion to consult with a Phoenix embezzlement attorney as early on in the development of their case as possible.

Don’t let an embezzlement charge ruin your professional career or your personal relationships.

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