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  • Tax Evasion, a White Collar Crime
    Tax Evasion, a White Collar Crime

    If someone is avoiding tax, it’s not necessarily a criminal offense. “Taxpayers have the right to reduce, avoid, or minimize their taxes by legitimate means,” according to the Internal Revenue Service ...

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  • Understanding Federal Crimes
    Understanding Federal Crimes

    In the United States, we have state-level crimes and federal-level crimes . State-level crimes are enacted by state legislatures, whereas federal crimes are enacted by Congress. Some crimes are only ...

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  • Will I Face Federal Prosecution?
    Will I Face Federal Prosecution?

    Unless you have a law degree, you may not understand the difference between state and federal crimes. In fact, there’s a lot of confusion about state vs. federal offenses and state vs. federal ...

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  • State vs. Federal Crimes: How are They Different?
    State vs. Federal Crimes: How are They Different?

    In the United States we have state laws and federal laws, and we have state courts and federal courts respectively. When people commit crimes, they may be violating a state law or they may be ...

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