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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 collar crime. Other details about the raids include:
The administration of the schools could face serious corruption charges. White collar crimes, while non-violent, are often prosecuted by the federal government. If arrested or under investigation for a business-sector offense or any type of fraud, consult with an attorney as soon as possible.