The White Collar Crime Center is designed to provide you with information and great resources to help you understand white collar crime and its penalties.  Here you'll find an explanation of the differences between white collar crime, blue collar and state-corporate crime, as well as the different acts that constitute white collar crime, and the typical penalties for a conviction.  If you've been accused of white collar crime such as blackmail, money laundering, cell phone fraud and various other types of fraud, bribery, embezzlement, forgery, computer fraud or another type of white collar crime, here you'll learn how to find the best lawyer in your area to defend you against the charges and protects your rights while in court.

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Defining White Collar Crime

White-collar crimes are defined as crimes committed by persons of respectability and high social status in the course of their occupation.  White-col...

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