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Embezzlement Attorney in Greenwood MS

Embezzlement Lawyer in Greenwood MS

Embezzlement is a form of property theft. Here, a person’s property is entrusted to an individual for the latter to monitor or manage. The person entrusted with the property then steals the entire property or a portion thereof for his or her own gain. It is best to remember that the person committing embezzlement has had legal access to a person’s money or property.

An Embezzlement Attorney Can Help You With These:

  1. Public money, property, or records
  2. Tools and materials for counterfeiting purposes
  3. Accounting generally for public money
  4. Receiving unauthorized deposit of public money
  5. Court officers
  6. Custodians misusing public funds
  7. Depositaries failing to safeguard deposits
  8. Disbursing officer
  9. Theft by a bank examiner
  10. Employees of lending, credit or insurance institutions, or banks committing embezzlement 11. Embezzlement of property mortgaged or pledged to farm credit agencies
  11. Solicitation or use of gifts
  12. Embezzlement of employee benefit plan
  13. Programs receiving federal funds
  14. Theft of livestock
  15. Theft of major artwork
  16. Embezzlement involving health care

Money Laundering is very much connected with embezzlement. After the defendant has embezzled the money or property entrusted to him, he or she will find a way to cover his tracks. This is the crime of money laundering. It is the process of covering up the origin or source of the illegally obtained money or property.

See also: Criminal Defense Lawyer

If someone you have entrusted with money or property has defrauded you contact Abraham & Associates now for legal representation. We will guide you every step of the way.

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305 W. Market St.
Greenwood, MS 38930
Phone: 662-453-3000
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