First, classifying white-collar crimes
It's a good thing, too, because some experts say changing demographics have led to more white-collar crime
. Criminologist Gil Geis, a former member of the President's Crime Council, says there's a correlation between crime and age: "Younger people--especially males--are likely to commit more traditional crimes such as robbery, larceny and assault.
Investigating White-Collar Crime
: Embezzlement and Financial Fraud by Howard E.
In a 1982 study, the Wheeler group tested the fairness of justice and found that there was a significant positive relationship between socioeconomic status and the probability of imprisonment for white-collar crimes
. Turning the notion of a class-based double standard on its head, Wheeler et al.
This brings investigators to the first rule for drafting white-collar crime
search warrants: They must identify "the lie."
Meacham, CPA Economic Crimes Unit White-Collar Crimes
Section Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington, D.C.
The aging of the population coupled with the fact that an increasing number of women commit frauds led criminologist Georgette Bennett to observe that white-collar crimes
will increase as the proportion of older people in the population grows.
that 'leads to massive deception' should also be punishable by death, neophyte Senator Francis Tolentino said on Wednesday.
This definition in itself provides for two unique features of white-collar crimes
, firstly, white-collar crimes
are committed by people of high social status and secondly, these crimes are a result of occupational roles.
Islamabad -- The Islamabad High Court on Tuesday said that white-collar crimes
are 'not easy to deduct and trace' and therefore, the National Accountability Bureau required custody of former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur.
Thirdly, an office of Anti-Corruption Cooperation should be set up to combat the scourge of white-collar crime
. White-collar crimes
are devastating the world."
The degeneration of society has affected the quality of evidence presented in courts; lying, cheating, forgery and deliberate deception has become very common, even in high profile cases involving white-collar crimes
, this accentuates the already compressed time for prosecution and timely disposal of cases.