How Forgery Can Lead to Serious Jail Time–Especially If Other People Are Involved

September 30th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Forgery, White Collar Crime

One of the most common white-collar crimes is forgery. You probably understand the concept of forgery already. If a person, say, signs someone else’s name to a check and tries to cash it, that is a clear case of forgery. The legal definition of forgery is forging a writing “with intent to defraud or harm […]

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White Collar Crime in Texas: 4 Things to Know

July 29th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in White Collar Crime

White collar crimes involve some of the most misunderstood and complicated aspects of Texas criminal law, and a large part of the confusion stems from the term itself. Contrary to popular assumption, you do not have to be wealthy or high-profile to face these charges. Anyone can be arrested for unlawful misconduct, which is actually […]

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