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When the Marijuana Is Legal but the Currency Used to Pay for It Is Illegal

By Gary E. Gerson |

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is the government office responsible for investigating financial crimes. It was established as part of the Department of the Treasury in 1990, and while its original purpose was to investigate transactions related to money laundering and funding of terrorist activities, it plays a role in investigating many kinds… Read More »

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Man deported from Uganda for white collar crimes

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In a trial that has been going on for nearly a year, an American who has been on trial in Kampala, Uganda on charges of counterfeiting currency notes worth more than $180,000 will be deported to the United States, where he will face criminal charges in Pittsburgh. According to witnesses, the suspect pleaded with… Read More »

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Indiana man indicted for white collar crimes

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An Indiana County investment is accused of stealing $1.2 million from 22 clients over a six-year period, according to federal officials. Last Thursday, a federal grand jury indicted a 54-year-old man from Indiana on one count each of securities fraud and mail fraud. The Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday filed a civil lawsuit… Read More »

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Pair of office workers commit white collar crimes

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White collar crimes such as theft, embezzlement, and laundering carry with them large fines, jail time, and other stiff penalties. If convicted, it is very likely that the crime will be considered a felony, seriously hindering the guilty party of obtaining gainful employment upon release of prison and/or probation. If you have questions about white… Read More »

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White collar crimes suspect stole from program clients

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White collar crimes like money laundering, embezzling, and stealing money are serious and can result in high restitution payments and long stints in jail. Depending on the amount of money stolen, and how many counts, a person could see years in jail and a federal crime on their record. A Nigerian immigrant who was honored… Read More »

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Woman charged with white collar crimes was youth league president

By Gary E. Gerson |

People who are placed in positions of power for non-profit organizations are entrusted with a great deal responsibility. Sometimes, those people make the mistake of using some of that money for personal reasons, then don’t have answers when someone wants to know where the money has gone. White collar crimes, such as theft and fraud, can… Read More »

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Former police chief sentenced for white collar crimes, corruption

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Being arrested for white collar crimes like corruption, especially if you were once in a position of power, can be a denigrating time in a person’s life. Feelings of depression and guilt can cloud a suspect’s judgment as he or she moves forward with the legal process. These types of white collar crimes, however, can be… Read More »

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Pine-Richland teacher, treasurer admits to white collar crimes

By Gary E. Gerson |

White collar crimes like fraud and embezzlement are not taken lightly by lawmakers and law upholders. Theft crimes can vary between misdemeanor and felony, but when someone steals hundreds of thousands from taxpayers, chances are that a judge and jury will come down hard on the culprit. If you know someone who has been arrested… Read More »

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Credit card fraud ring busted

By Gary E. Gerson |

A Nevada woman living here in Pennsylvania would have kept herself out of jail had she remembered the birthday on fake identification card. And the 34-year-old Haverton, PA man who ran the counterfeit credit card scam with which she was involved wouldn’t be in jail either. It has now been found that the man has allegedly… Read More »

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White collar crimes suspect has motion denied

By Gary E. Gerson |

On Tuesday morning, a federal judge denied the founder of Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School his motion for the court to refrain from having the public attend the hearing for his previous motion to have the judge dismiss the criminal charges. The man in question has been charged with eleven counts of white collar crimes, including… Read More »

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