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February 2016 Archives

5 to serve time in prison for white collar crime in Florida

Federal criminal proceedings involving five Florida residents were recently concluded. All were accused of white collar crime under suspicion for identity theft and tax fraud. All five people have since been convicted and sentenced to serve time in prison for their participation in the scheme.

Man admits to partial disclosure of info in tax evasion case

Whether in Florida or elsewhere, failing to disclose pertinent information on tax forms may constitute a criminal offense. One man recently acknowledged to a federal court that he did not provide all information regarding monies in a bank account because he wanted to avoid being taxed further. He will now spend time in prison for tax evasion.

Prison guards accused in federal drug trafficking case

An incident recently occurred outside of Florida involving a large number of prison guards who were accused of a crime. It is alleged that the guards used their status to participate in a federal drug trafficking scheme. They are also accused of accepting bribes and assisting in fraudulent acts.

Man speaks to authorities in Florida re white collar crime

Being named as a subject in a federal investigation is a situation that can obviously cause stress and place one's reputation at risk. If a person in Florida is facing similar legal challenges or has been accused of a white collar crime, it is advisable to seek immediate guidance from an experienced criminal defense attorney. Protecting one's rights and building as strong a defense as possible is typically crucial toward obtaining a positive outcome.

Facing charges of white collar crime in Florida can be daunting

It is understandable that a person accused of a crime may experience a wide range of emotions. Fears of facing possible time in prison or of being wrongly convicted are natural. Regardless of the particulars of an individual situation, it clearly makes good sense to retain experienced legal representation when accused of white collar crime in Florida.

What to do if accused of Medicare and Medicaid Fraud in Florida

Some people are currently facing criminal charges in Florida that are connected with allegations of white collar crimes. Medicare and Medicaid Fraud are among some of the most common types of offenses listed among this type of crime. A recent incident involves a group of men who are accused of wrongdoing with regard to a certain after-school program with which they were allegedly associated.

2 people accused of white collar crime in Florida

A recent incident took place in Florida when police arrested two people after they allegedly attempted to make a purchase at a local department store. The 33-year-old man and 22-year-old woman must now face white collar crime charges. They were not arrested at the store but were taken into custody later that night.

More than 50 arrested for federal drug trafficking in Florida

Being accused of drug-related crimes in the United States places a person's private and professional reputation at stake. There are potentially very serious penalties associated with such allegations should the court hand down a conviction. It is typically prudent for anyone facing federal drug trafficking charges in Florida or elsewhere to secure aggressive legal representation before proceeding to court.

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