Who Prosecutes White Collar Crimes in Texas?

April 22nd, 2021 by Tad Nelson in White Collar Crime

White collar crime accusations can be handled in either state or federal court, depending on the exact nature of the crime and the specific circumstances in which it was committed. If, for instance, the offense involved multiple states then it will most likely be investigated by a federal agency and then eventually prosecuted in federal […]

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How White Collar Fraud Can Lead to a 75-Year Prison Term

September 20th, 2017 by Tad Nelson in White Collar Crime

There is a popular misconception that white collar crimes are treated less harshly by the criminal justice system in Texas than violent felonies. The reality is that prosecutors–and judges–are often more keen to “throw the book” at white collar defendants because fraudulent acts can harm hundreds or thousands of people. White collar crimes also tend […]

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