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What To Know About Real Estate Fraud Crimes In Florida

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Real estate fraud is a persistent problem in Florida and especially in Tampa Bay’s real estate market. Local law enforcement and the FBI report over $6.2 million in losses in 2021 due to real estate fraud in the overall Tampa market – and say that dollar figure is on the conservative end. An explosion… Read More »

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What To Know About 5 Common White Collar Crimes

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“White collar crime” is a term used to describe crimes that are mainly financial in nature, usually involving some type of fraud. Some white collar crimes also involve a person’s involvement in some broader scheme with intent to deceive or defraud others. State and local law enforcement officers, along with federal agents are always… Read More »

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Bank Fraud Crimes And Potential Defenses

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Bank fraud is usually thought of as something that happens among high-ranking white collar criminals in the financial industries – not something that occurs among everyday people among the general public. Technically, however, acts of bank fraud can be committed by anybody with any kind of access to a financial institution. Bank fraud happens… Read More »

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Defending Against Charges Of Insurance Fraud In Florida

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Giving false information to an insurance company in Florida to obtain undeserved benefits can lead to serious criminal charges. Insurance fraud can involve auto, life, homeowner’s, worker’s compensation, or health insurance, and any other insurance covering damages to people or property. In Florida, insurance fraud rates continue to rise, with thousands of insurance fraud… Read More »

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What Is “White Collar Crime”?

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“White collar crime” is part of everyday legal parlance but not everybody is sure what it includes, or where the term comes from. The phrase “White Collar Crime” was first coined in 1939 by Edwin Sutherland in a presentation on business-related crime. Sutherland, a sociologist by trade, addressed a distinction between traditional “blue collar… Read More »

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Defending Yourself Against An Embezzlement Charge In Florida

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“Embezzlement” is a loaded term that can cover a variety of illegal acts. These cases usually make the news when an employee steals money from an employer, or a business owner steals from their own company or associates. Florida sees approximately 1,000 embezzlement arrests annually, with many of those occurring in the Tampa Bay… Read More »

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