Business crimes are criminal activities that happen in a business setting, and they are generally called white collar crimes. These crimes are considered separate from traditional crimes, such as rape and murder, because they are non-violent criminal acts. The term “white collar” refers to the individuals committing the crime being successful businesspersons or professionals.
An employer can recognize employee embezzlement by looking for:
There are several serious penalties that a person can face if convicted of a business crime. These penalties for include:
There are several defenses available to someone accused of a business crime, such as:
Facing criminal charges for a business crime is a scary prospect, as these charges can ruin your life. Talk to a criminal lawyer if you are accused of any business crime. The lawyer will advise you of all available defenses and help you use them in court.
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