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Fraud

Not Charged or Arrested

Client was accused of defrauding the government and was looking at a felony charge with up to a five year prison sentence. We were able to speak to the State Attorney prior to charges being filed. Because we contacted State Attorney early, our client was not charged or arrested. Our office was able to arrange repayment of disputed funds and our client has no record.

Examples of Serious White Collar Crimes

  • Embezzlement - Defined as the misappropriation of funds, embezzlement typically occurs when someone in a position of trust (like a manager or accountant) begins to redirect or take the money for personal gain. Due to the nature of the crime, this can often occur for long periods of time without detection.
  • Fraud - An umbrella term that defines any form of fraudulent action, fraud can be anything from counterfeiting to forgery. Some common targets of fraud include taxes, banks, mail, and Internet. Penalties vary depending on the circumstances of the crime.
  • Tax Evasion - Citizens are required by law to pay federal and state taxes. While many people will take actions to reduce the amount they need to pay, should they act fraudulently or evade paying taxes wholly, they will be facing a federal offense.

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