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Category Archives: White Collar Crimes

Are Embezzlement and Conversion the Same Crime in Georgia?

Embezzlement is a crime with a long history in common law. It is defined as legally receiving someone else’s property under an agreement and then exercising control over that property in violation of the agreement. Yet, the term “embezzlement” does not appear in Georgia’s criminal statutes. Instead, the same crime is called conversion. The elements… Read More »

Types of Credit Card Crimes in Georgia

We are living in an increasingly cash-free world. But as people rely more on credit cards and digital forms of payment (such as PayPal and Venmo), there are also more opportunities for fraud and identity theft to occur. The Federal Trade Commission recently named Georgia one of the top five states for identity theft risk…. Read More »

State Laws Reflect Serious Nature of Identity Theft

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, the term “identity theft” applies to any crime in which a person unlawfully uses the personal information of another party to commit fraudulent or deceptive acts. It often involves false applications for credit cards or loans, making unauthorized withdrawals from bank accounts, or creating fake online accounts to… Read More »