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Justice Department announces new focus on white collar victims

When white collar crimes are investigated, several factors are considered. The Justice Department recently announced that they will now be considering the impacts on the victims more significantly in its investigations. It also shared it will be holding executives of companies that enable such crimes more individually…

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What is needed to convict a person on forgery charges?

White-collar crimes are something the state of North Carolina takes very seriously. If charged with this type of crime, the way the accused handles his or her defense can mean the difference between being allowed to go home and spending years in prison. This is…

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Facing an insurance fraud charge?

Insurance is there to help people when they need it. Unfortunately, many people try to take advantage of the system, so insurance companies are always on the lookout for fraudulent or questionable claims. Anyone in North Carolina or elsewhere who is thought to be abusing…

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What are the most common white collar crimes?

White collar crimes are unique in many ways. They do not involve violence and are always associated with finances. Sometimes, it is difficult to pinpoint the victims of these crimes because they can be far-reaching in whom they impact. Also, those charged with these crimes…

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Is intellectual property theft a white collar crime?

Intellectual property can include books, art, music, trademarks, designs and video games. The government offers various protect for this type of property that allows you exclusive rights to use and sell it. If someone else uses or tries to claim your work as his or…

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When your employer accuses you of embezzlement

North Carolina employers are on the lookout for employees who attempt to commit crimes. When suspicions rise to the level of legal accusations and investigations, you may wonder how you can fight the charges. You may only know the term embezzlement from mob movies, that is until…

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