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White Collar Crimes Archives

Florida EMT faces allegations of forgery and grand theft

Overwhelming financial obligations can sometimes cause people in Florida to do things that they would not normally do. White collar crimes may bring short term relief but can have devastating long-term consequences. Those who are charged with crimes like fraud, forgery and embezzlement may realize the gravity of the situation and seek legal counsel.

White collar crimes charges may follow theft of medical records

Reportedly, some 15,000 documents were stolen from the records of a plastic surgeon in another state. The type of information that can be gained from the files of cosmetic surgeons nationwide, including in Florida, can be damaging to the patients, many of whom may be celebrities. In this case, the surgeon confirmed that many of the stolen documents contained personal information about famous personalities. A former employee is a suspect in this possible case of white collar crimes.

Histories most infamous white-collar crimes

White-collar crimes in Florida are usually non-violent and involve money or business dealings. While those committing these crimes do not usually physically hurt anyone, the damage done to financial circumstances can be devastating. There are several high profile white-collar crimes in the United States. These crimes helped to bring to light the severity of this type of criminal activity.

Police: Body cam shows former cop stealing as he makes arrests

Fort Myers racing fans have for years made the nearly 5-hour trek northeast to visit the Daytona International Speedway in Volusia County. A former county sheriff's deputy there is hoping to pull away from allegations that his own body camera shows him stealing money from men he arrested.

Measure calling for criminal penalties for condo violations advances to Gov. Scott

At this time last year, two news agencies published an eye-opening report detailing the findings of a joint investigation into various condominium board scandals across the Sunshine State. What was discovered -- evidence of everything from electoral fraud to misappropriation of funds -- served to ignite something of a firestorm.

White collar case involves Florida bank

We read recently of a case that has a classic good news/bad news component to it. The good news is that felony and misdemeanor charges were dropped against a man. The bad news is that the charges were dropped because he has been sentenced to five years and five months in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud.

Dermatologist awaiting sentencing on insurance fraud and more

After being indicted on Oct. 20, 2015 a federal court sitting in Florida found a dermatologist guilty of several crimes. The 69-year-old will be sentenced after the U.S. Probation Office's presentence investigation is completed and reported. Along with 52 counts of illicit drug distribution and five counts of tax evasion, the doctor was also found guilty of health-care insurance fraud.

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