Organized Fraud

Organized Fraud

In Florida, when an individual defrauds another by hiding his identity and sending personalized sales messages to unsuspecting victims, he can be charged under the state organized fraud statute. Organized fraud is considered a serious crime, so if convicted the...
Organized Fraud

State and Federal Bribery Fees

In Florida, commercial bribery falls directly within the laws that criminalize white collar crimes. Those accused of commercial bribery face third-degree felony charges, so if you are being investigated for this or any other type of white collar crime, it is essential...
Organized Fraud

Disclosure of Confidential Information

Under federal law, it is a serious crime for a government employee to reveal confidential information. Those who are accused of this crime face imprisonment, fines and mandatory expulsion from their position. Having a strong defense is crucial to avoiding these types...
Fraudulent Government Contracts

Fraudulent Government Contracts

Government contract fraud encompasses a range of activities ranging from bribery acceptance and pricing to offer fraud and invoice falsification. Unfortunately, even contractors who are not involved in fraudulent activities are often charged with this crime, which can...
Bankruptcy fraud

Bankruptcy fraud

Although some people intentionally attempt to commit bankruptcy fraud, many more do so without even knowing it, as even minor accounting errors can lead to bankruptcy fraud charges. Being accused of this crime can have devastating consequences in both financial and...

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