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What is Considered a White-Collar Crime?

By Blumberg & Associates |

Fraud is one of the most common types of white-collar crimes, but it is not the only one. There are a variety of criminal offenses that can be classified as white-collar crimes, including those that involve embezzlement, conspiracy, extortion, and computer crimes. If you are being charged with a white-collar crime in Arizona, it’s… Read More »

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Dangerous Crimes Have Serious Legal Consequences

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When a defendant faces charges in a dangerous crime, prosecutors will utilize the allegation to their advantage. For example, a domestic dispute involving a vehicle pointed at another party, and even without “really” intending to harm them, can be used by the State to add a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument charge to the… Read More »

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Criminal Trials in Maricopa County Could be Delayed Due to COVID-19

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There’s no denying that the current pandemic is affecting every aspect of our lives, and the legal system is no exception. The courts are making changes to how cases are handled to help reduce the spread of the virus. For some, this could be good news as some criminal trials are being delayed. According… Read More »

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Skills You Should Look for in a Sex Crime Defense Attorney

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Anybody charged with a crime has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. When it comes to sex crimes, however, the court of public opinion is often eager to pronounce an accused person guilty before a court has had a chance to reach its verdict. Sex crimes are extremely serious, not just… Read More »

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What to Do if You’ve Been Arrested for White Collar Crime in Arizona?

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White collar crimes are commonly associated with business and stock market fraud, but there are a number of other types of criminal offenses that fall under the mantle of white collar crimes. Most white collar crimes are federal offenses, which must be taken seriously. If you have been arrested for a federal crime in… Read More »

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What Happens if You Violate Your Probation in Arizona?

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Violating your probation can be a serious offense in Arizona. If you are on probation and you violate the terms, it could land you in jail or even prison depending on whether your original or new charge was a felony. If you don’t want to find yourself behind bars, it’s imperative to retain an… Read More »

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