When someone uses the phrase "white collar crime" in Idaho, it typically means financially motivated criminal offenses.
White collar crimes are often committed by professionals in positions of trust for monetary gain.
White collar crimes can be prosecuted in state or federal courts in or around Idaho.
Different types of white collar crimes cases can be defined to include schemes to defraud, organized fraud, and theft by deception or misrepresentation.
Other examples include embezzlement, extortion, mail fraud, insurance fraud, credit card and debit card fraud, and identity theft, forgery.
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Lawyer Referral Service in Idaho - The Idaho State Bar operates a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) from its offices in Boise, Idaho. The LRS helps individuals and businesses throughout the state find a qualified attorney. Attorneys in the LRS are members in good standing with the Idaho State Bar with no pending public disciplinary complaints. Attorneys in the LRS must carry Professional Liability Insurance and are screened for their experience in a particular practice area. In exchange for a $35 consultation fee, you can contact the attorney for a 30 minute consultation at no additional charge. Call 208-334-4500 to contact the LRS in Idaho.