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Privacy Expectations for Bank Records

If you’re the subject of a criminal investigation, the police and detectives involved will look at everything they can get their hands on, leaving as few stones unturned as possible to build their case. Often, this involves a thorough examination of your bank records, especially if you are charged with any type of white collar crime. Although bank records are personal and confidential, the laws regarding criminal investigations don’t always reflect the right to privacy that you would normally expect when it comes to your finances.

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Defending Against White Collar Criminal Charges

A white collar crime is typically considered any non-violent crime that is motivated by financial gain. The name comes from the expected criminal, meaning white collar crimes are usually committed by white collar workers like accountants, bankers, government employees, business owners, doctors and lawyers. Anything from inflating or deflating your income on your personal taxes, to pulling off a fraudulent financial scheme, can be considered a white collar crime. Even in seemingly small personal cases, these crimes can have disastrous consequences for your career and personal life.

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White Collar Crimes

White collar crime is an often unexplored area of criminal activity. Very few TV crime dramas are dedicated exclusively to white collar crimes, and many of the sensational news stories that hit the presses have more to do with murders and kidnappings than bank fraud or money laundering. White collar crimes may not necessarily claim a bold headline, but their consequences can be devastating for a convicted criminal’s future, both personally and professionally. It’s important to know what constitutes white collar crimes in Florida and what could happen if you are caught or charged with one. 

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