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  • What is Election Fraud?
    What is Election Fraud?

    Although election fraud charges can be and are filed in state court on a regular basis, it is also not uncommon for this type of offense to be investigated and prosecuted by the federal government. ...

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  • What it Means to be Charged with Committing a Major Fraud Against the U.S.
    What it Means to be Charged with Committing a Major Fraud Against the U.S.

    Most white collar crimes involve allegations of some sort of fraud. In many cases, the fraudulent schemes that are the basis of a charge were allegedly committed against an individual or a single ...

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  • Can Private Corporate Conduct be Prosecuted?
    Can Private Corporate Conduct be Prosecuted?

    Although it is surprising to many people, private individuals can be prosecuted for a wide range of seemingly innocuous business-related conduct, including failing to comply with the exact provisions ...

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  • What is Corporate Fraud?
    What is Corporate Fraud?

    Corporate fraud is one of the most aggressively investigated and prosecuted white collar crimes. This is largely due to concerns over the effect of such activity on the overall well-being of the ...

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  • Federal Bank Fraud
    Federal Bank Fraud

    Certain crimes are unlawful under both state and federal law. This is true for bank fraud, which has been prohibited by the Florida Legislature, as well as Congress. While both laws criminalize ...

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  • Understanding Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Fraud
    Understanding Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Fraud

    Many people are familiar with the term fraud and what it involves. Few, however, know that a person can actually be convicted of conspiracy to commit fraud, which unlike actual fraud, does not deal ...

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