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FAQs About Embezzlement White Collar Crimes In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Embezzlement may not rank high when it comes to the total arrests for serious criminal offenses in Delaware, accounting for just over 1 percent statewide. However, the numbers really stand out when you take a closer look at this particular white collar crime at a local level. According to a publication on Crime in… Read More »


Factors That Make Delaware White Collar Crimes Unique

By Michael W. Modica |

One of the most common misconceptions about white collar crimes stems from the name itself, and it is one that is easy to dispel. Corporate executives are not the only people arrested on such charges. Police will investigate and pursue anyone who violates Delaware’s theft statutes on fraud, embezzlement, misappropriation, and related offenses, regardless… Read More »


Debunking Myths About White Collar Crimes in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Though you know the term, you may not fully understand the wide range of legal concepts that fall under the umbrella of “white collar crime.” Most of them are included in the Delaware Criminal Code section on Offenses Involving Property, as they often involve elements of theft, fraud, and other prohibited acts. The basic… Read More »


Racketeering Charges for 16 People Arrested in Delaware Drug Bust

By Michael W. Modica |

When a criminal investigation is given a name like Operation Royal Flush, you can probably expect that the resulting charges will be extremely serious. Such was the case in a recent drug bust that involved 11 government agencies, 16 arrests, and 800 grams of heroin, according to a May 24, 2019 article in Delaware… Read More »


Wilmington Trust Executives Facing White Collar Crimes Charges in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Major drama recently erupted in the criminal case involving Wilmington Trust and several corporate executives accused of various white collar crimes, as the trial was put on hold just minutes before opening arguments. Internet news source Delaware Online reported on March 4, 2018 that the presiding judge stopped the proceedings to announce that the… Read More »

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