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Your career can suffer with white collar criminal charges

White collar crimes can land you in prison, but that isn't the only thing that can happen with these. One of the effects of a white collar crime charges is that your employment might be impacted. In fact, this negative effect can go far beyond just your current employer. Your entire career might be affected.

Tax crimes aren't due to accidental problems

There is a saying that there are only two sure things in life -- death and taxes. Well, some people end up trying to skirt by without having to pay taxes. This is a decision that usually doesn't end well. If you don't pay taxes or don't pay enough in taxes, there is a chance that you could face criminal charges.

Are you familiar with the fraud triangle?

If you are a business owner, accounting fraud may not be something you think about every day. The company is doing well and you feel you have trustworthy employees, so there is nothing to worry about. However, even companies with just a handful of employees can fall prey to an unscrupulous thief whom you would never suspect of wrongdoing.

Know where to place your focus in a white collar crime defense

White collar crimes can threaten your career. Many careers involve having to be trustworthy and filled with integrity. For this reason, people who are facing white collar crime charges need to work hard on their defense to try to protect their career.

Painkiller theft and other pharmacist crimes

Most pharmacists are upstanding people, devoted to their work. Customers feel at home with them and rely on their advice concerning all sorts of medical issues from bug bites to flu symptoms. However, some have been cited for questionable practices, especially those involving the dispensing of painkillers.

Know about your right to have an attorney present

The right to have legal counsel present during questioning is one that is provided by the United States Constitution. You have to be sure that you invoke this right as early in your encounter as possible. This can help you to have as much protection as possible.

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