FSLAW 668 White Collar Crimes

3 credits

Includes a review and analysis of the general principles of white collar criminal prosecution and defense, including jurisdiction of various federal criminal law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies; corporate and other business crimes; fraud and political corruption crimes (mail fraud, bank fraud, and crimes involving bribery of public officials); conspiracy; financial and securities fraud; tax fraud; RICO; currency reporting crime and money laundering; regulatory crimes in the health and environmental areas; crimes involving the protection of federal rights and functions (perjury statutes, obstruction of justice, and witness tampering); and sanctions, including the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the use of minimum mandatory sentences.

Prerequisite(s): FSCOR 601, FSCOR 604, FSCOR 606