While no criterion can define a "typical" embezzler
, the report points out common characteristics of white collar criminals, such as:
It's critical that embezzlers
be penalized publicly to discourage future thefts.
A quietly confident Gallic caper comedy in which laid-back data processor embezzles the embezzlers
of a rural French supermarket in the wake of a squall, "Before the Storm" is distinguished by a sure narrative hand and a subversively droll demeanor.
who all sport hate tattoos on their elbows
Thoroughly screening job applicants and preventing likely embezzlers
from being in a position to pocket corporate funds.
Lawyers for the accused embezzlers
expect the decision to be challenged in the 30 days allowed for appeal.
I was offended by Thomas Frank's characterization of Mission Hills, Kansas, as the home of "thieves, embezzlers
, tax evaders, real-estate frauds, and check forgers" ["Lie Down for America," Essay, April].
3) Bank robbers, embezzlers
, street muggers, and other criminals plan and think about their crimes before they act.
The aptness of this subtitle is evident in the twenty-one stories found here as Oates explores the lives of murderers, embezzlers
, stalkers, those who "violate the law .
Our prisons are full of murderers, rapists, drug smugglers, burglars, car thieves, vandals and embezzlers
Usually, Warren said, embezzlers
don't start out with the intention of becoming criminals.