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Florida man faces white collar crime charges of bribery

A 46-year-old Florida man is facing two charges of bribery and one charge of official misconduct. The former Florida A&M University admissions officer has been accused of altering records and offering school admission for cash. Each of these charges is considered a white collar crime, and together they will make up the basis for the case that was initiated in March by the Florida Attorney General's Office of Statewide Prosecution.

Florida construction company faces white collar crime charges

A Florida construction company has been hit with a lawsuit after a recent ongoing Fort Lauderdale dispute. Fraud, considered a white collar crime, is only one of the counts faced by Cambridge Construction after Happy Land accused the company of failing to pay subcontractors and causing liens to build up against the developer. The suit was recently filed in Broward County Circuit Court and involves a $4.75 million construction contract.

Florida will extradite man accused of white collar crime

When authorities pull someone over in a traffic stop, they often run a background check using that person's identification information. Recently, authorities outside the state of Florida did so, and ended up arresting the man involved because of an outstanding warrant connected to a white collar crime incident. The crimes the man is said to have committed include stolen money and illicit use of another individual's personal identity information.

Florida man pleads guilty to aggravated white collar crime

A man in Florida recently faced charges related to his deceased mother. The 56-year-old man may face up to more than a decade behind bars if things don't go his way at his sentencing hearing. He has already entered a guilty plea regarding the aggravated white collar crime associated with his deceased mother's Social Security benefits.

Life becomes a struggle when charged with white collar crime

For many Florida residents, life may be sailing right along as planned until an unexpected turn of events causes the bottom to drop out. When a serious situation arises, goals, dreams or potential successes may come to a screaming halt. Being charged with a white collar crime is one such occurrence that can quickly put a damper one's lifestyle.

White collar crime suspects in Florida may relate to article

Not all criminal charges include acts of violence. In fact, white collar crime situations are generally defined as incidents that are non-violent. A recent article discussed various aspects of this type of crime, including what might drive a person in Florida or elsewhere to commit such acts.

White collar crime can mean many things

Whether in Florida, or elsewhere throughout the nation, being charged with criminal wrongdoing can have immediate consequences, even while one is still presumed innocent. The term, "white collar crime" refers to many different types of unlawful activities, but is typically defined as non-violent offenses perpetrated for financial gain. Such crimes may include, but are not limited to, electronic wire fraud, tax evasion or identity theft.

Man pleads guilty to white collar crime involving Chevron

When a person is accused of attempting to defraud an employer, the mere accusations may prompt a need to seek defense guidance. If criminal charges are filed, and a conviction handed down in court, penalties may include time in prison. One Florida man, who was working in another state at the time, has admitted to a white collar crime involving ISC Construction, LLC and Chevron USA.

Man ordered to pay restitution for white collar crime in Florida

Some say Florida is a hub for certain types of crime. Drug-related incidents and white collar crime appear to be problematic throughout the state. A plea agreement was recently submitted regarding various acts of fraud one man committed over a span of several months.

Seeking defense options when facing white collar crime charges

Some say there has been an increase of certain types of crime in Florida and throughout the United States. In many regions, it appears that white collar crime is on the rise, with charges often filed on suspicion of identity theft, health care fraud, unlawful credit card use and other financial crimes. Merely being accused of such crimes, however, does not necessarily mean a conviction will be handed down in court.

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