White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are nonviolent acts involving fraud and large sums of money. An example of a white-collar crime is a Ponzi scheme.

Insider trading – the act of giving non-public information to traders about a company – is another type of white-collar crime that is prevalent in Canada. Convictions of white-collar crimes often carry extensive jail sentences due to the nature of the crime.

Possible Charges and Maximum Sentences

  • White-collar crimes involving more than $1 million in damages carries a mandatory prison sentence of at least 2 years.
  • Additional sentencing may be applied based on the damages.

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