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Tag Archives: identity fraud

Strict Penalties for Identity Theft Against Active-Duty Service Members

Ohio takes identity theft (known as identity fraud throughout the state) seriously. In fact, if you are arrested for identity fraud, you face felony charges. Depending on the circumstances of the crime, you may be charged with anything from a fifth-degree to a first-degree felony. Further, if you commit identity fraud against an elderly person… Read More »

Loveland Man Faces Charges for White-Collar Crimes

Loveland, Ohio man Keith Blankenship was recently arrested after an elderly couple entrusted him with a blank check. Lila Mae Thomas and her husband wanted to purchase cheesecake, chicken and other assorted meats from Blankenship, a meat salesman. Yet after Blankenship received a check for $800, he immediately voided it, claiming his name was ineligible…. Read More »

What are the Penalties for Common White Collar Crimes?

Most people perceive white-collar crimes as minor offenses. However, while these types of crimes are non-violent, they often involve some degree of fraud for financial gain and are often prosecuted by the federal government. The term white-collar crime is used to describe criminal behavior that takes place in the business and political world. If you… Read More »

Penalties for Computer Crimes in Ohio

For a while, the legal system had a hard time catching up with technology. Though still a bit behind, many laws have been enacted prohibiting cyber offenses. No longer are computer crimes mysterious. The cold, hard truth is that computer-related offenses can land you in prison. However, to be convicted of a cyber crime, you… Read More »

Understanding White Collar Crimes

The definition of the offenses that amount to white collar crime has slightly changed since the term entered the lexicon in the 20th century. The early use of this term implied that white collar crimes were those perpetrated by individuals who enjoyed a certain respectable status in society while they exercised their function or occupation…. Read More »

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