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White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers In Birdsboro Pennsylvania

Birdsboro is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania, eight miles (13 km) southeast of Reading. In the past, Birdsboro was noted for its large foundries and machine shops, none of which remain in operation today. The population increased slowly from 2,261 in 1890 to 2,264 in 1900 to 2,930 in 1910. The population was 5,064 at the 2000 census. In 1987, torrential rains over a period of several days caused Hay Creek to flood Pennsylvania Route 82, which runs through the borough, and wash out several bridges. After many years of discussion between local and state officials, the decision was finally made in 2004 that the bridges should not be rebuilt. Instead, the former road connecting Birdsboro to Robeson Township would be used formally as a nature trail, as it had been informally used since the time of the flood.

What is white collar criminal defense?

White Collar Crime connotes a variety of frauds, schemes, corruptions, and commericial offenses committed by business persons, con artists, and public officials. White collar crime refers to a broad range of offenses that have cheating and dishonesty as their central element. Consumer fraud, bribery, and stock manipulation are examples of white collar crimes. Attorneys who handle white collar crime cases represent clients who have been charged with committing non-violent, business-related criminal offenses for financial gain -- including embezzlement, securities fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering. White collar crime attorneys represent individuals or corporations at each stage of a criminal case.

Answers to white collar criminal defense issues in Pennsylvania

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