When one company provides another with a product to sell, they generally expect to see a return within a reasonable amount of time. Failure to pay for products is a serious offense and can lead an individual to face allegations of theft. White collar crimes of this nature have major consequences, which become more severe the higher the amount allegedly stolen. A Wisconsin man is facing similar charges after allegedly failing to pay potato growers for over $700,000 worth of product.
Many individuals use company credit cards on a daily basis. These cards may be issued and approved for a variety of purposes, and abusing one's privileges in this area might be frowned upon or, in more serious situations, could even lead to criminal charges. A former deputy in Wisconsin has recently been accused of felony theft under similar circumstances, and the penalties for white collar crimes of this nature are severe if a conviction is obtained.
Facing allegations of theft can be a stressful and intimidating process, perhaps especially when associated with business prospects. When a person is accused of stealing from investors, the amounts in question could be substantial, which in turn increases the severity of the situation. A 46-year-old man in Wisconsin has been accused of white collar crimes in relation to the alleged theft of $135,000 from an investor.
A woman in Wisconsin has recently been arrested and is facing criminal charges after allegedly using another's identity to rack up an $8,000 hotel bill. White collar crimes such as identity theft are serious offenses that carry severe penalties if a conviction is obtained. Those who face similar accusations may feel somewhat intimidated and/or overwhelmed by the process, potentially spurring a need for assistance.
When someone in Wisconsin is accused of embezzlement, it is usually following a long and complicated investigation. In some cases, a financial irregularity is found, and the money trail is traced back to the person who had the most frequent access to business accounts. That person may be charged with white collar crimes, which are sometimes federal cases, and he or she may face harsh penalties if convicted.
Individuals who are accused of identity theft often find the process to be stressful and overwhelming. Convictions for similar white collar crimes are severe, and increase in accordance with the amount allegedly stolen. A woman from another state is facing charges in Wisconsin after she allegedly stole a wallet from a vehicle and withdrew a substantial amount from the other party's bank account.
Many individuals who are facing felony accusations for identity theft often find the process extremely challenging to endure alone. A conviction for similar white collar crimes can have devastating consequences with regards to a person's future. Two men from another state were recently taken into custody in Wisconsin and are now facing felony charges in relation to the alleged use of fraudulent credit cards.
A person's life can change dramatically when facing accusations for credit card fraud. A conviction of this nature has severe consequences, often including heavy fines and time behind bars. A former school district clerk in Wisconsin is in a similar circumstance after being arrested for white collar crimes involving the improper use of credit cards.
The potential ramifications for a person accused by an employer of embezzlement can be life-changing. Detailed public charges of wrongdoing on part of the accused can make it seem that the alleged crime is indefensible. White collar crimes in Wisconsin can result in jail time, fines and restitution on part of those convicted.
Police officers sometimes make mistakes. Not all people charged with white collar crimes in Wisconsin are convicted in court. Many times, prosecutors are unable to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person charged has committed the crime of which he or she is accused. Since burden of proof lies with the prosecution in such matters, failure to provide sufficient evidence means a defendant can avoid conviction.