Sirota, David, "US Prosecution of White Collar Crime
Hits 20-Year Low," International Business Times, August 4, 2015.
May was previously Chair of the White Collar Crime
Section of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and his is a past Co-Chair of the Defense Function Services Committee of the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association.
Welcome to the Twenty-Seventh Annual Survey of White Collar Crime
legislation and prosecution of white collar crime
is a subject of
A former federal prosecutor, who now advises white collar criminal defense attorneys, identifies attempts by white collar crime
suspects to cover up their crimes as one of their biggest mistakes: "a dangerous pitfall occurs when the client starts falsely denying culpability about the specifics of his alleged offense.
HOUSEHOLD is now the victim of white collar crime
, according to new research conducted by the National White Collar Crime
The size and scope of the white collar crime
problem, however, are not reflected in the nation's indictment and conviction rates.
Welcome to the Twentieth Anniversary issue of the Annual Survey of White Collar Crime
It features strategies for mitigating potential individual and corporate liability with respect to white collar crime
Two former executives, who were convicted of white collar crimes
and served time in prison for their offenses, talked about their experiences and how they came to land in federal prison.
D'Amuro joined the FBI in 1979, and has worked on a wide array of criminal investigations, including white collar crimes
, major property crimes, violent crime, organized crime, and terrorism.
The public sees white collar crimes
in a harsher light, now commonly viewing them as being as serious as traditional types of crime such as assault, robbery and burglary.