Defending the White Collar Case

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  • General2.00 General

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  • Criminal Law Criminal Law

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The FBI defines white-collar crime as “those illegal acts which are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and which are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence.”  State and federal legislation enumerates the activities that constitute white-collar offenses.  Sit back and enjoy as Ms. Middleton examines the different issues arising from defending white collar criminals.  This seminar will take you from discovery to sentencing.  Enjoy!

About the Presenters

Coleen F. Middleton, Esq.

Coleen F. Middleton, Esq.

Practice Area:Criminal Law
Ms. Middleton is the founding member of The Law Offices of Coleen F. Middleton, Esq. PLLC.  As a former Assistant United States Attorney and Princeton graduate, Coleen helps attorneys nationwide to succeed by providing legal research, brief writing,…
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