Corporate crime falls within the area of white collar crime. Corporate crime is broadly defined as crime committed within the course of one's occupation by persons of relatively high social status. In contrast to those white collar offences, such as embezzlement or misuse of computers for fun or profit, which are committed by individuals against companies, corporate crime involves offences committed by companies or their agents against members of the public, the environment, creditors, investors or corporate competitors.

Abuse of Public Office - 1500281

​Our client was charged with six counts of abuse of public office.