St. Paul, MN criminal defense attorneyRobert Ambrose talks about various trends he’s seen in practicing white collar crimes.
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The white-collar area for me, more trends is fraud and financial crimes, identity theft. As the internet and devices become more sophisticated in the ability to take people’s information, you see identity theft kind of growing by leaps and bounds. And sometimes it’s not even the amount of money that you take from identity theft. Sometimes it’s the number of victims that you have could potentially send you to prison. If you have eight credit cards on your person, those eight different identities, and you only took $300 from them, you could still be charged with a felony that could potentially send you to prison.