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White Collar Crime

Elements of mail fraud

A New York resident who uses the United States Postal Service or other interstate mail carriers to facilitate a crime involving deceit or fraud could face federal mail fraud charges. These charges can result in unwanted legal consequences and often happen in...

What to know about bribery

Bribery is a criminal offense that may be punishable by a fine, jail time or both. Furthermore, you may be declared ineligible to hold a government office in New York or anywhere else in the United States. What is bribery? Generally speaking, bribery occurs whenever...

Potential defenses in embezzlement cases

Your career was not supposed to end this way. As a longtime bookkeeper for a nonprofit, your job was filled with responsibilities and tasks such as overseeing some of your organization’s financial accounts. You had your fingers on the nonprofit’s financial pulse, and...

Examples of computer crimes

Getting your hands on a computer may land you in hot water with the authorities. While you may believe what you are doing is legal, it may not be. How can a New Yorker avoid charges stemming from the use of a computer? Get to know these examples of the most common...

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