Embezzlement is a serious charge, and is one of several non-violent crimes that can lead, in some cases, to many years behind bars for those convicted of it. If you recently received embezzlement charges, then you should carefully consider your actions going forward. Depending on the nature of the charges, there are a number of ways to defend against these accusations, but this depends greatly on the specific nature of your circumstances.
If you are going to drive under the influence, it is safe to assume that you may make other unwise choices as well. Such was the plight of a man who attempted to flee the police on foot after allegedly striking another vehicle and causing unspecified injuries to its passengers.
Sometimes, no one plays you like you play yourself. In a particularly unfortunate circumstance, you may face criminal charges after suffering self-inflicted injuries, like a man in Jacksonville did recently. It is in these moments that having an attorney to fight for your rights and protect you from your own actions is particularly useful — otherwise you may suffer insult, injury and legal consequences.
Working in the medical field can come with many stress factors and expectations. You certainly want to ensure that you perform the duties of your profession to the best of your ability in the hope of helping your patients. At the same time, however, you may also struggle to meet certain expectations when it comes to following particular standards. You may easily find yourself working to determine what course of action may best suit a situation and wonder what impact it could have on you.
There are many kinds of white collar crimes, and many specific laws created to deter them. One of the most common types of white collar crime is money laundering. In general, money laundering occurs when a business attempts to hide the source of illegally obtained money or uses legitimate operations to move money from an illegal source to a legal one, making it appear "clean."