What Counts As Embezzlement?

In White Collar Crimesby RSF

On behalf of Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry posted in White Collar Crimes on Monday, February 27, 2017. White collar crimes are taken very seriously and carry heavy penalties. Those who work in industries such as accounting, sales, banking or other fields that involve the handling of money should be aware of the dangers of embezzlement. Someone must have intention in order for their actions to be considered embezzlement, but even accidental mishandling of money can lead to a precarious legal situation. Here’s what employees should know about embezzlement. What is embezzlement? Embezzlement is the misuse or theft of money that has been entrusted to …

Drug-Crimes Representation: Singular Realm Where Experience Counts

In Drug Crimesby RSF

On behalf of Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry posted in Drug Crimes on Thursday, February 16, 2017. Many readers of our criminal defense blog at the St. Louis law firm of Rosenblum Fry, P.C., have doubtless heard of The War on Crime and its attendant War on Drugs. Those initiatives — fervor-laden campaigns, if you will — were spawned in bygone decades when politicians both locally and across the country curried favor by espousing hard-line views regarding convicted criminal offenders. As a result of giving those views legislative teeth, sentencing outcomes for many individuals became harsh and, in some instances, draconian. The severe and uncompromising …

Sex-Crime Legal Representation: How A Proven Attorney Can Help

In Sex Crimesby RSF

On behalf of Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry posted in Sex Crimes on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Although facing a criminal charge of any type is of course a significant and, indeed, harrowing development in any individual’s life, it is certainly no overstatement to note that being arrested and charged with a sex crime-related offense can have especially dire repercussions. For starters, and as we note on our website at the well-established criminal defense law firm of Rosenblum Fry P.C. in St. Louis, “The stigma and criminal penalties associated with a sex crime conviction are significant.” Any individual in St. Louis or elsewhere in Missouri who …