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What should I know about white collar crime related to email?

The exponential increase in computer use in Arkansas, across the nation and around the world has resulted in people being accused of white collar crime related to it. One issue is when there are attempts to steal money and property via email. This can result in serious charges with hefty penalties should there be a conviction. For those who are alleged to have taken part in email-related crimes, knowing the details of the crime itself, the law, and what sparked an arrest is an integral part of lodging a defense.

What is Arkansas law for a white collar crime pyramid scheme?

Pyramid schemes have become prominent in the media with high-profile arrests. Many, however, are not aware of what it is and how our state handles it. Those seeking to make investments to boost their income will be looking for a good opportunity with as little risk as possible. Some will become involved in strategies that might seem reasonable, but are illegal. Others, trying to do well with their investments, make mistakes that lead to white collar crime allegations.

The importance of having a defense to white collar crime

Certain types of crime can be confusing as to whether it is really a crime or not. While Arkansas residents will automatically know that violence, theft, drug dealing and driving under the influence will likely lead to criminal charges, so-called "white collar crime" has more nuance.

Can corporations be charged with white-collar crime?

The emphatic answer to the question above is, yes. If you are up to date on current affairs, you have heard of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. That case declared that corporations, being people, have the First Amendment right to donate funds as they wish to election campaigns.

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