1. Understanding White Collar Crimes

    White-collar crimes typically refer to non-violent, financially-motivated crimes committed by business professionals or government officials. These crimes can range from fraud and forgery to insider trading and bribery to Ponzi schemes and identity theft. Even though these crimes are non-violent in …Read More

  2. Talk To Your Teens About These Felony Offenses

    Summer is almost here and soon your children will be out of school for a couple months. During this time, teenagers often spend hours of the day unsupervised. While many are capable of taking care of themselves while their parents are at work, it is important to make sure they don’t get up to any …Read More

  3. Crime And Punishment: Understanding Misdemeanors

    Regardless of what many people think, misdemeanors are just as serious as felonies. The only difference is that felonies typically result in more severe consequences. While misdemeanors may not seem like serious crimes to have on your record, it is important to remember that after accruing one or mo…Read More