Regardless of where you live in the United States, identity theft is a serious crime with the potential for serious consequences if convicted.
Some traffic violations are more serious than others, but every one requires your full and undivided attention.
Like many, you share the goal of making money in the stock market. You realize that there is money to be had, so you're willing to do whatever it takes to put yourself in position to succeed.
Both pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes are examples of potential fraud, often referred to as white-collar crime. How do they work, what makes them similar and what makes them different?
At first thought, you may not realize that mail fraud is one of the most common federal crimes. However, as you learn more about this crime, you'll come to find that it's not only common, but can also have a big impact on your life in the event of a conviction.
Embezzlement is theft, but it's a very specific type of theft in which fraud is used and a relationship of trust is breached. This sets it apart from more simple theft, such as when a person walks into a gas station and takes money out of the cash register.
A detective who formerly worked with the prosecutor's office in Atlantic County entered a guilty plea on Nov. 14 to federal charges of conspiring to commit mortgage fraud.
With the digital world continuing to grow by leaps and bounds, a growing number of questions are moving to the forefront in regards to what is and is not considered "original art."
Last month, a 45-year-old pharmaceutical rep from Northfield entered a plea of guilty in a New Jersey federal court, becoming the ninth defendant in a single case to do so. The ongoing investigation focused on those in the health care field who were abusing the State Health Benefit Plan.
Many people are unaware of the fact that debit card and credit card fraud is a form of identity theft. In other words, this is a serious crime that can have serious consequences if you are convicted.