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February 2020

“White-collar” crimes is a broad term used in conjunction with several different offenses. This can include possible charges ranging from embezzlement and fraud to securities violations and identity theft.

As computer and online systems…

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Fraud is loosely defined as intentionally deceiving someone for monetary or personal gain. In Scranton, fraud can take on many forms. You could be accused of identity theft, bank fraud, real estate fraud, credit card and check fraud, forgery,…

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With the rise of technology and the move to a more online-based world, sex crimes have become more prevalent than ever. These not only include rape or sexual assault, but can also include child pornography, online solicitation, luring, and…

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Sexual assault encompasses many different types of charges, ranging from rape and incest to sexual abuse and exploitation of children. If you have been charged with sexual assault in Scranton, you could be looking at an extended prison time…

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