A way of stealing the identity of another person, usually to get credit in the name of that person, or to take their financial resources.
Using fraudulent methods to get money, assets or property that is owned by a financial institution. More about bank fraud.
A crime that involves the theft of money from a bank during its regular business hours.
This usually consists of the concealment of financial assets and concealing documents, or making false statements.
A fraud where a commercial contract is promised to a person, although other parties have also put in a bid.
Corruption that implies that money or a gift will be made that will change the behavior of the recipient.
Images, films and writings that show or describe sexual activities with a child.
Conspiracy to Commit a Federal Offense
Agreement between two+ people to break a federal law in the future
Conspiracy to Commit a Controlled Substances Offense
Agreement between 2+ people to break a drug law in the future
Conspiracy to Defraud the United States
Agreement between 2+ people to impair, obstruct or defeat the lawful function of any department of government
Conspiracy to Launder Money
Agreement between 2+ people to conceal the source of money obtained illegally.
A court order in which a person is found to have been disrespectful of the authority of the court.
Controlled Substances Offenses
A crime where you have unlawfully manufactured, distributed or dispensed illegal drugs.
Counterfeiting Monetary Instruments
Involves the production of any fake currency or any items that were used rather than currency.
Manufacture, trafficking or possession of illegal drugs.
A crime that involves the alleged tampering with an election.
The misappropriation of money/property that was placed in the trust of the alleged criminal.
A violation of state or federal environmental laws; ignorance is not a defense from prosecution.
Exportation of Munitions
Illegal export of weapons and ammunition, often to foreign terrorists.
A fraudulent activity that has something to do with a government program or contract.
A statement that purposely misleads a government official.
Possession of an illegal firearm, having a firearm during the commission of a felony, or concealing a firearm.
Health Care Fraud
Filing fake claims, forging bills, getting treatment on another’s coverage. Can also include overbilling, upcoding and more.
Trading human beings with the purpose of sexual exploitation, slavery and more.
Buying or selling securities while having material information about the security that is not public.
Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property
The transportation of property that was stolen across state lines.
Any collusion between 2+ people where a contract is given in exchange for some of the fees going to the decision maker
Taking and carrying away of another’s property with the intent to keep it from the owner.
Using the US mail system to defraud anyone of money or property.
Misprision of Felony
Knowing about a felony being committed but not telling authorities.
The form of justice that applies to all members of the military in the US.
Any violation of the international laws of war, including torture, murder, mutilation, sexual assault and hostage taking.
Article 32 hearing
The military equivalent of a preliminary hearing or a grand jury hearing. The accused can hire a civilian attorney.
Trying to hid the origins of money that was obtained in an illegal way, and then attempting to make it appear as legal business money.
Obstruction of Justice
Interfering with the jobs of courts, police, investigators and more, through words and deeds.
Lying under oath during a trial or signing a document that has false information in it.
The illegal use of prescription drugs, which can include getting the drugs illegally, trading them or selling for profit.
A type of investment fraud that uses the investments from new participants to pay the returns of previous participants.
Structuring Financial Transactions
Breaking up large amounts of money into smaller sums to hide the real figures of the transactions.
Any individual or company that tries to avoid paying all taxes owed, by hiding income or not report assets.
A crime where you purposely take property without the other’s consent, with the intent to keep it.
Trademark Infringement/Counterfiet Goods
Counterfeit good s that have a false trademark, or are intended to look so much like the original items that it deceives.
Any fraudulent activity that is done through tv, radio, phone or Internet. This is similar to mail fraud but involves electronics.
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