Though embezzlement is a nonviolent crime, it is still a serious form of criminal activity. As such, those facing such charges may have to withstand serious penalties if they receive a guilty verdict.
Those approaching the door of a home in Missouri would do well to smile; they might just be on camera. Video doorbells that connect to Wi-Fi and send an alert to homeowners' smartphones when someone approaches the door are increasingly popular. Proponents of the technology tout it as a theft deterrent and claim that it is particularly effective against a specific type of theft known colloquially as porch piracy, which occurs when a thief steals a newly delivered package off someone else's front porch.
Tax evasion or tax fraud refers to the act of purposefully underpaying or not paying your taxes. Both tax evasion and fraud are illegal and penalized by the state of Missouri both criminally and organizationally. Frank, Juengel & Radefeld, Attorneys at Law, P.C., understand the complexities of these issues and has helped countless clients craft compelling defenses in tax evasion cases and resolve matters in ways that minimize the potential consequences.
When looking at crime rates, many people in Missouri look at violent crimes. This is totally understandable since these crimes pose a serious danger to you. However, it is property crimes that happen more often. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, these crimes involve property or money and do not involve physically hurting another person. Despite the lack of physical harm, they occur a lot and could cost you a lot of money if you are a victim.
Criminal theft offenses encompass a lot of territory under American law, and are broadly grouped together under the category of property crimes.
You have just returned home from a family vacation and have noticed some strange differences around your house. After a thorough inspection, you notice that a few things may be missing and are starting to wonder if your property was burglarized. At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld Attorneys at Law, we have helped many people in Missouri who have been victims of property crimes, to work toward establishing a compelling case that justifies their request for compensation.