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Tag Archives: white collar crimes

Cleveland FBI Agents Investigate Charter School for White Collar Crime

White collar crimes typically involve the use of fraud and deceit for financial gain in the business world. However, white collar crime can occur virtually anywhere. On June 10, Federal Agents raided 19 charter schools, including three in Northern Ohio. So far, little is known about the charges except that they are related to white… Read More »

White Collar Criminal Investigations Cast a Wide Net

Co-workers of white collar crime suspects may also need legal representation Even when people work together for years and form what they believe are close relationships, they can be totally unaware of the true nature of their co-workers’ business activities. When those activities include fraud and other white collar crimes, workers can easily become caught… Read More »

Fraudulent Tax Returns Completed by Tax Preparers Can Cause Legal Issues for Taxpayers

Taxpayers should choose preparers judiciously and know when to seek legal support for tax fraud defense The federal tax code has become so massive that even the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admits that its agents find it challenging to determine exactly how long it is. So it is no surprise that about 60 percent of… Read More »

What to Do If You Are the Target of a White-Collar Crime Investigation

White-collar crimes are nonviolent offenses that employ fraud or deceit for financial gain. Depending on the alleged crime, you may be investigated and charged by state or federal authorities. In Ohio, the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in the Attorney General’s Office handles white-collar crimes. Federal white-collar crimes generally carry heavier penalties than state offenses and… Read More »

Why You Need an Embezzlement Defense Attorney

The crime of embezzlement occurs when you steal something of value that you were entrusted to manage or safeguard. In many cases, embezzlement is a slow leak — money dribbles out of a cash register or bank account in small amounts so as to not raise suspicion. If you are arrested for embezzlement, you need… Read More »

Most Common White-Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are generally committed in the business sector. Many white-collar crimes involve fraud or deceit. Contrary to popular belief, these offenses are serious and often penalized by lengthy prison sentences and costly fines. Further, certain white-collar offenses may be prosecuted on the state or federal level. The following list contains information on some of… Read More »

The Impact of a White-Collar Crime Conviction

Many people see white-collar crime as victimless. But a single act of fraud can destroy many lives. Both state and federal governments punish offenders harshly in hopes of deterring others from similar behavior. Depending on the exact details of your case, you could face the following penalties: Prison time — Based on the exact white-collar… Read More »

Prosecution of White Collar Crime in America

I talked earlier about white collar crime in the United States and the types of crimes committed by those who financially exploit their position. In recent years, vigorous pursuit of white collar crimes has become common. Terms like investment fraud and insider trading have become household words. Corporate America is clearly under attack — some… Read More »

White Collar Crimes and Corporate America

The term white collar crime refers to illegal actions undertaken for financial gain. There is typically no violence involved, and in most cases, both the perpetrator and the victims are large corporations. A person or group of people who commit white collar crime use their position to financially exploit others. Some of the most common… 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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