Written by attorney Keith Bernard French Jr.

Texas Court Sentences Man To 20 Years In Prison For Fraud Scheme

White-collar crimes like fraud may not seem as serious as violent crimes such as murder or armed robbery. But depending on the nature–and dollar amount–of the fraud, a person can face serious felony charges, and potentially decades in prison if convicted. This is especially true when prosecutors can prove the fraud was part of an “organized criminal activity.”

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