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CO Attorney General Looks Out for Digital Fraudsters

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Cyber Crimes | Fraud

CO Attorney General Looks Out for Digital Fraudsters

Computers have changed the world for the better in many ways. Still, there are always going to be people who try to take advantage of others and defraud them. Computers serve as another avenue for fraudsters to commit these crimes. … Continue reading

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Viable Defenses to Colorado Computer Fraud Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Fraud

Viable Defenses to Colorado Computer Fraud Charges

Nearly everyone has a computer these days, which opens up a whole new world of activities, including crime. Some people find themselves unwittingly at the center of fraud related to computer crimes, as one Parker, Colorado resident recently discovered. A … Continue reading

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A Brief Guide on Colorado’s Economic Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Bribery | Forgery | Fraud | Money Laundering | White Collar Crimes

A Brief Guide on Colorado’s Economic Crimes

Not all crimes are violent – but that doesn’t mean crimes without violence don’t have victims. White-collar crimes are a perfect example. Additionally, in places like Denver, white-collar crimes may be more common than you think. According to a report … Continue reading

CO Businesses Must Report Even When You Didn’t Collect Sales Tax

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | Tax Fraud

CO Businesses Must Report Even When You Didn’t Collect Sales Tax

Across Colorado, it’s been reported that retail sales are down by 15 percent due to COVID-19. Due to the pandemic, many businesses are closed temporarily while others have gone out of business. Still, if you’re a small business owner in … Continue reading

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Seem Like White-Collar Criminals Always Get Off Easy? Not in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | White Collar Crimes

Seem Like White-Collar Criminals Always Get Off Easy? Not in Colorado

White-collar crimes can be some of the most destructive criminal offenses in terms of their cost to society. They are also some of the most under-reported and under-emphasized. It’s estimated that every year in the United States white-collar crime costs … Continue reading

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As Coloradoans Shut In, Law Enforcement Expects Computer Fraud to Rise

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Fraud

As Coloradoans Shut In, Law Enforcement Expects Computer Fraud to Rise

Law enforcement is watching the web and shifting its target to digital scams as more and more Coloradoans are turning to online purchase solutions during this time of social distancing. With people stuck at home and more people online, reports … Continue reading

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What Colorado Business Owners Need to Understand about Corporate Fraud

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Corporate fraud | Fraud

What Colorado Business Owners Need to Understand about Corporate Fraud

Running a business is hard work. In addition to dealing with hiring and firing, managing employee personalities, promoting your product, and making a profit, you have to make sure you stay on the right side of the law. Not only … Continue reading

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Colorado Fraud Charges: An Overview

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | White Collar Crimes

Colorado Fraud Charges: An Overview

Fraud encompasses a wide variety of white-collar crimes, but the majority involve intentionally deceiving someone for personal gain. Over the last few years, we’ve seen an exponential increase in digital and wire communications fraud, but offenses still frequently occur via … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Colorado Credit Card Fraud

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Credit Card Fraud | Fraud

Everything You Need to Know about Colorado Credit Card Fraud

Have you been accused of committing credit card fraud in Colorado? In this post, we’re going to explain how the law works for this white collar crime, and what you can do to fight back against your charges. Colorado Credit … Continue reading

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It’s Election Time: How to Avoid Colorado Voter Fraud Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | Voter Fraud

It’s Election Time: How to Avoid Colorado Voter Fraud Charges

Accusations and fears of voter fraud always heat up around elections. In this post, we’ll tell you what actions specifically constitute voter fraud and how to avoid getting charged. Does Voter Fraud Really Happen in Colorado? Yes… technically. Just not … Continue reading

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