Recent Posts in White Collar Crime

  • 5-May-2016

    Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded

    The police are human beings just like the rest of us. As such, they are prone to make mistakes or even cover up mistakes during interviews of suspects. Recordings of police incidents involving an arrest of a suspect often tell a different story than ...
  • 28-Mar-2013

    A Look at the Prosecutorial Decision Making Process

    A Look at the Prosecutorial Decision Making Process The Vera Institute of Justice 's study entitled The Anatomy of Discretion: An Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making, with the support of the National Institute of Justice, analyzed how ...
  • 25-Oct-2011

    111 People Indicted In Nation’s Biggest Fraud Ring

    Under New York Penal Code Laws (Sections 190.25,190.65 and 190.78 -190.86) you could be charged and convicted of criminal personal identity theft for knowingly impersonating or presenting yourself as one or more persons and/or using personal ...
  • 27-Oct-2008

    "America's Sheriff" Suspected of Corruption

    Sheriff Michael Carona, 53, of Orange County, California was nicknamed “America’s Sheriff” about five years ago by CNN talk-show host Larry King. Carona’s time as “America’s Sheriff” may be coming to an end, ...
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