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Attorney Kia Champion
Champion Law Firm
The information provided herein was made purely for
informational purposes. It should not be relied upon as legal
advice. The author does not guarantee legal validity of the
Champion Law Firm
16000 Ventura Blvd., Suite 1208 Encino, CA 91436
Phone: +1 (818) 995-8200
What is White Collar Crime?
White Collar Crimes are nonviolent crimes usually committed
• Business People
• Public Officials
These crimes are difficult to prosecute because they
often involve sophisticated systems and even many different
people. These crime is committed through deceit and
motivated by financial gain.
According to Attorney Kia Champion, the most common type of
white collar crimes are:
This crime involve purposeful deception in order to deprive the
legal right of a victim. They lie so they could convince the victim to
give their property. It generally involves deceiving someone for
It is consists of filling in blanks on a document containing a genuine
signature or materially altering or erasing an existing instrument.
The related crime of uttering a forged document occurs when an
authentic writing is intentionally offered as genuine.
The offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of something of value for
the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of
his or her legal duties.
Money Laundering is the process of creating the appearance that large
amounts of money obtained from serious crimes that originated from a
Embezzlement is the fraudulent conversion of another’s property by a
person who is in a position of trust such as agent or employee. It is
improperly taking money from someone to whom you owe some type
How to protect yourself from white collar crimes?
Here are some tips on how to protect yourself from white collar crimes
by Attorney Kia Champion:
• Only you should have access to your personal information such as
social security numbers, bank accounts, credit cards, etc
• Avoid unsolicited emails and suspicious websites that request very
personal information from you. If you see it, be sure to report it and
delete it immediately after.
• Never click on a link you receive in an email. If an email directs you
to log into an account, start with a fresh browser and hand enter the