Minnesota employees who have access to company assets are expected to be trustworthy and operate with their employers' best interests in mind. When concerns about a person's honesty and ethics in business surface, investigations may result and these can even lead to criminal charges. For people whose jobs provide them easy access to company money or other assets, the potential to be accused of white collar crimes may be greater than for other people.
If you are like many people in Minnesota, you probably use the internet to find new opportunities and experiences. Some of these experiences may be romantic in nature, but if the person on the other end of that cyber connection is a minor, you could find yourself charged with an internet sex crime. Here at Joseph S. Friedberg Chartered, we often hear from clients that they didn’t know the other person they were talking to was underage. Is it still illegal if the age of the other person is misrepresented?
From filing a false tax return to intentionally submitting a return with false information, tax offenses take many forms. However, you could also face harsh penalties for failing to file a tax return in Minneapolis, or any other part of Minnesota. If you have been accused of failing to file taxes, or fear that you may not file your tax return on time, it is important to familiarize yourself with the possible consequences.
From embezzlement to internet crimes and driving under the influence of alcohol, Minnesotans face a wide variety of criminal charges. However, if you live in Minneapolis, or elsewhere in the state, it is important to understand the serious nature of conspiracy charges. At Joseph S. Friedberg Chartered, we know that people who are accused of conspiring to commit a crime may face severe penalties that upend their life, including steep fines and time behind bars.