White Collar Crimes
White Collar Crimes generally involve crimes with an allegation of improper, or illegal, financial gain. They include Fraud, Theft and Conspiracy charges. These cases often involve voluminous documentary evidence, which takes an enormous amount of time to review. I am a former Big Six accountant and former Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”). I have the experience and education assure a complete and aggressive representation for your White Collar Crime charge.
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What is an example of a white collar crime?
Many white collar crimes are frauds. Fraud is a general type of crime which generally involves deceiving someone for monetary gain. One common type of white collar fraud is securities fraud. Securities fraud is fraud around the trading of securities (stocks, for example).
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What is the most common white collar crime?
The most common white-collar offenses include: antitrust violations, computer and internet fraud, credit card fraud, phone and telemarketing fraud, bankruptcy fraud, healthcare fraud, environmental law violations, insurance fraud, mail fraud, government fraud, tax evasion, financial fraud, securities fraud, insider ...
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What constitutes a crime?
A "crime" is any act or omission (of an act) in violation of a public law forbidding or commanding it. Though there are some common law crimes, most crimes in the United States are established by local, state, and federal governments. Criminal laws vary significantly from state to state.
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Who investigates white collar crime?
Several government law enforcement agencies investigate white collar offenses. Sometimes more than one agency will be involved if the subject matter involved is within the scope of a particular agency's expertise. Generally, the FBI investigates bank and mortgage fraud and other general frauds.
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