The “Discovery” of White-Collar Crime. Today, people are well aware of white-collar crime, and judges are willing to impose harsh sentences on white-collar criminals. However, this has not always been the case.
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Theories of White-Collar Crime
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The Discovery of WhiteCollar Crime Today people are well aware of whitecollar crime and judges are willing to impose harsh sentences on whitecollar criminals However this has not always been the case ID: 188500 Download Presentation
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