Monthly Archives: April 2019

From the beginning of the historical records, the crime has been committed by members of all the different segments of society. This includes people well in respected and powerful professions. However, it was not until 1939 that the term white collar crime was officially coined to refer to crimes committed by professionals or government employees in the course of their work. What is a White Collar Crime? There are different definitions of white collar crime. Many experts agree that the term white collar crime describes non-violent crimes committed by business or government employees. Some definitions demand that the alleged offender be found in the middle or upper socioeconomic classes, in order for a crime to be considered a white-collar crime. These definitions come from different schools that study crime and from government agencies that investigate crimes. However, there is nothing in the federal or state law that defines a white…

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Each case is different, but here we present some of the most common defenses against a criminal charge. In order to convict him of a criminal charge, the prosecutor must prove his guilt beyond any reasonable doubt. This is a fairly high standard, and during any trial, the defendant can present a defense in order to raise a reasonable doubt. Most defenses integrate one of two categories: I did not do it or I did it, but I should not be held responsible. If you are charged with a crime, it is important that you contact a criminal lawyer immediately to protect and analyze your rights. 1. I did not do it The most basic defense against any charge of a criminal nature is simply to prove that you did not do it. Innocent until proven otherwise One of the distinguishing features of the American legal system is the presumption…

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Every day, as part of the great national debate, the Praisen passes one of your proposals to the screen. The generalization of the bail bond. On the sidelines of the big national debate organized by the government in response to the movement of yellow vests, the Praisen invites his readers to send him the proposals of citizen laws they would like to see emerge. Every day, some of them will be tested by the editorial staff. This Tuesday, we are looking at the bail, the amount that can be paid to recover his freedom pending trial. One of our readers has indeed wondered if this device could be generalized in France, as is the case in the United States. What are we talking about? On the other side of the Atlantic, bail is almost systematic: to avoid the incarceration of an accused while awaiting trial, the judge can ask for…

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Companies use credit from domestic and foreign financial institutions in order to meet their financing needs. In the loans they use, they represent the related companies as guarantors. In this article, whether the related bail relationship can be considered as a financing service, whether the implicit profit distribution is realized within the scope of the transfer pricing in terms of the Corporate Tax Law; Furthermore, in terms of the Value Added Tax Law, it will be discussed whether this financing service is subject to VAT. 1. Introduction One of the most important problems in the loans used by banks in order to meet the financing needs of the companies is to provide guarantees. Collateral may be cash, securities, real estate or personal surety. Banks want as much collateral as possible from companies that use credit to minimize the risk of repayment of their loans. In this case, companies, especially group…

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