White Collar and Financial

White Collar and Financial

White Collar and Financial

Non-violent crimes committed, directly or indirectly, for financial gain generally fall under the category of “white collar crime.” This is particularly true when the person or persons accused of illegal activity are professionals in business, particularly finance, or government.

Financial crimes and the government’s prosecution of them are not limited to Wall Street and corporate boardrooms. The category also includes offenses that could be the work of individuals or small groups. The federal and state governments have enacted an enormous body of law regarding financial crimes, and it can be relatively easy for people to run afoul of these laws without even realizing it.

Non-violent crimes committed, directly or indirectly, for financial gain generally fall under the category of “white collar crime.” This is particularly true when the person or persons accused of illegal activity are professionals in business, particularly finance, or government.

Financial crimes and the government’s prosecution of them are not limited to Wall Street and corporate boardrooms. The category also includes offenses that could be the work of individuals or small groups. The federal and state governments have enacted an enormous body of law regarding financial crimes, and it can be relatively easy for people to run afoul of these laws without even realizing it.

Non-violent crimes committed, directly or indirectly, for financial gain generally fall under the category of “white collar crime.” This is particularly true when the person or persons accused of illegal activity are professionals in business, particularly finance, or government.

Financial crimes and the government’s prosecution of them are not limited to Wall Street and corporate boardrooms. The category also includes offenses that could be the work of individuals or small groups. The federal and state governments have enacted an enormous body of law regarding financial crimes, and it can be relatively easy for people to run afoul of these laws without even realizing it.

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