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Many people are confused about what exactly "White Collar Crime" is. In the last decade or so, much public attention has been given to the criminal acts of such companies as Worldcom and people like Bernie Madoff. White Collar crime can be described in the following way: “The use of an offender’s position of power, influence or trust for the purpose of illegal gain, deceiving the public or regulatory agencies, masking losses, or to commit a violation of state or federal criminal law for personal or organizational gain.” You do not have to be the CEO of a Fortune 500 company to be accused of a white collar crime.
White collar crime is non-violent crime. White collar crimes include, but are not limited to the following state and federal offenses:
- Money Laundering,
- Securities Fraud,
- Computer Crime,
- Corporate Crimes,
- False Claims against the Government,
- Healthcare Fraud,
- Wire Fraud,
- Mail Fraud,
- Theft of Mail.
These crimes are often prosecuted by the Department of Justice in Federal Court. The first step in one of these prosecutions is often the receipt of a letter from the government indicating that you are the target of an investigation. If you have received a target letter, or if you are already being prosecuted in state or federal court, contact attorney William A. Young, Jr. today. Mr. Young has experience defending white collar crimes. If you would like to discuss a white collar crime case with Mr. Young, call (901) 388-9832 now or fill out the form to the right for a no-cost, no-obligation in-person, in-office case evaluation. There is no risk and no pressure so why wait?
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