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Why Attorneys Go to Court (For Themselves)

If you get into a really bad auto accident, one of the first things you want to do is call an auto accident attorney to help you get out of the trouble you got into. Whether you’re in Utah or New York, your attorney should be someone that you can trust. You hire an attorney to defend you in your case and you should expect him or her to do their job and do it well. But have you ever thought about the possibility that your regular attorney or your auto accident attorney could commit a crime themselves?

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Tax Evasion

Tax Evasion

Just because you’re an attorney, doesn’t mean that you are so different from everyone else. You still have to pay your taxes in full.

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Mail Fraud

Mail Fraud

This may take some time for people to catch on, but eventually they do get caught.

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Sexual Predator

Sexual Predator

No, they aren’t defending the sexual predator, they are the sexual predator.

4

Security Fraud

Security Fraud

Stealing money from stock holders is a great way for an attorney to longer be able to practice law.

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Wire Fraud

Wire Fraud

This is interpreted as someone who is, under a false name, wiring money which isn’t theirs. This can happen anywhere with a computer, even in Utah.

6

Hate Crime

Hate Crime

Violence is never the answer to any kind of problem. As an attorney you should know that more than anyone.

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False Filings

False Filings

This is when someone puts false information on any type of paperwork or reports.

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Theft

Theft

Some attorneys have been known to actually to steal money from their clients.

Taylor Hatch is a writer for Fusion 360 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She writes for Adams Davis and many other clients.

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