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What potential sentence is given for white collar crime?

Many St. Louis residents believe in the general principle that everyone who is accused of a crime deserves a fair trial before a jury of his or her peers. This right is enshrined in the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. For better or worse, some defendants give up this right in order to secure a plea deal or settlement and avoid harsh penalties in the event of a conviction. This is often the case for those white-collar crimes. One reason for this is that the sentences for white-collar crimes can often be quite severe.

How can a person defend himself against conspiracy charges?

Compromise and agreement are essential for St. Louis residents when dealing with each other. Whether it is in the context of a marriage or other familial relationship, in the business world or just in conversing with other individuals, individuals have often been taught from a young age how important it is to compromise with others and reach agreement in order to get things accomplished.

Three charged with identity theft scheme targeting St. Louis

When St. Louis residents are accused of something they did not do, often it comes down to a he-said, she-said situation, where the only thing to go off of is the word of one person versus another. This can also be true when it comes to criminal allegations brought against a person.

Drawing a fine line between legal and illegal insider trading

Whether they realize it or not, many St. Louis residents have certain stereotypes and misconceptions that they turn out not to be true. Often times, individuals do not realize these misconceptions until they become personally involved with a situation that changes their perception.

What is a Ponzi scheme?

When criminal charges are brought against St. Louis residents, it can be a confusing and frightening time. This is particularly true when the charges involve complicated matters, which can occur when conspiracy allegations are brought by the government.

Multiple men charged with food stamp fraud conspiracy

St. Louis residents make agreements with each other every day on various issues. Whether it be settling something at work or making a plan at home, it is often beneficial to work with other individuals to accomplish goals. In the criminal justice system, however, allegations of working with other individuals can result in charges of a conspiracy.

Missouri man arrested after dog discovers quarter pound of meth

Many St. Louis residents consider themselves dog lovers. Dogs can provide companionship and joy to many, and they can be lifelong friends as a result. They can also be an effective tool used in an investigation by law enforcement.

Woman faces multiple charges for alleged Ponzi scheme

Law enforcement in St. Louis is stepping up its pursuit of fraud and increasingly filing white collar crime charges. With the recent history of how they can damage the world's economy and so many lives, a Ponzi scheme will elicit an intense federal investigation. It is one of the most serious forms of white collar crime and is treated very harshly if there is a conviction.

Two mistrials fail to persuade court to dismiss fraud case

In a case that will likely interest readers in Missouri and elsewhere who have more than a passing interest in trial procedure and our judicial system, a judge has just denied a motion for acquittal despite two juries having deadlocked in a white collar fraud case.

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