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What Are White Collar Crimes

What Are White Collar Crimes?

posted on 11/12/23

White-collar crimes are usually committed by businessmen and women and display the following characteristics: Are non-violent. Involve fact concealment or deceit to avoid losing money. Involve fact concealment or deceit...

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Wire Fraud Scams

Wire Fraud Scams

posted on 11/7/23

Wire fraud is a broad criminal law category. Wire fraud can encompass almost any kind of telecommunication, including the Internet. Wire fraud can be committed by use of text messages,...

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What Happens in an Illinois DCFS Investigation?

posted on 10/8/15

Being at the center of a Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) investigation can be a very scary situation for a parent. The Illinois DCFS is charged with helping to protect children from abuse and neglect. If you have been contacted by DCFS, or you believe someone has filed a report with DCFS, you need to speak with an experienced lawyer right away. Initial Contact  Usually, the first way DCFS becomes involved in a case is when someone calls the...

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Violations of Probation in Illinois: Felony and Misdemeanor

posted on 3/31/15

What Is Probation? Probation is a criminal penalty that is ordered upon conviction of crime. In some cases, a judge may find that jail time is inappropriate, and will instead order probation. It is important to note that probation is not merely a judicial warning or a slap on the wrist. While probation is obviously less severe than jail time, there may be strict requirements that go along with this penalty. Such requirements are the conditions of your probation, and...

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