The Consequences Of Conviction For Fraud

September 4, 2008 by  
Category: Fraud

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Ed Prutschi explains the consequences of being convicted for fraud. Sentencing can range from scenarios where a person does not go to jail, all the way up to sentences that are extremely lengthy in the 10, 15, 20 years for multimillion-dollar complex frauds perpetrated against employers in a breach of trust scenario that were planned […]

The Range Of Sentencing In Cases Involving Shoplifting

September 4, 2008 by  
Category: Theft

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The range of sentencing on a charge of theft covers a wide range. At the low end, you might get the charges withdrawn because you do community service or make a charitable donation. You can get a discharge, which means you don’t have a criminal conviction entered on your record. A discharge is invaluable because […]

The Range Of Sentencing For Shoplifting

September 4, 2008 by  
Category: Theft

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When you receive a diversion in a case of shoplifting, or theft under $5000, the charges are withdrawn and there are no criminal consequences whatsoever. You will sign a document taking responsibility for what you have done and probably pay a fine or do community service. If you plead guilty to a charge of shoplifting, […]