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April 2014 Archives

Woman negotiates with prosecutors on white collar crime charges

News headlines and other media reports in Missouri frequently let residents know that an arrest was made and that assault, burglary, DUI and other similar charges have been filed against an individual. People often equate criminal defense with those types of situations. White collar crime, such as embezzlement, is another type of common criminal allegation made against individuals.

Missouri man fights delayed incarceration on robbery charge

A Missouri man convicted of armed robbery back in 2000 is currently battling the state’s attempt to incarcerate him for that conviction years after the fact. After his conviction, authorities reportedly failed to notify him when to turn himself in to corrections due to a clerical error. Hearing nothing, the man simply went about his life.

Missouri man arrested in highway shootings in another state

A Missouri man was arrested Thursday, April 17, in another state. The man is allegedly a person of interest in a violent crime case that involves multiple highway shootings. According to authorities, a dozen shootings from several cities in the states have been linked to a single person. Reports are that three people were struck with bullets in the seemingly random shootings, though no one sustained life-threatening injuries.

Bank defrauded; Missouri businessmen plead guilty

When it comes to criminal charges, sometimes working with the evidence before its actually filed is in a person's best interest. This is often the case in the area of white collar crime. If convicted, penalties can be severe and have long-term consequences that affect one's reputation, earning capability and family life.

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