Investigations into white collar crimes often require the assistance of experienced counsel who is versed in both the civil and criminal issues.
Bautista Campbell has handled cases of every type involving individuals and businesses and a wide variety of investigations and complex charges of white collar crime.
Types of White Collar Crimes in Utah
In the State of Utah, while collar crimes commonly prosecuted can include:
Utah Code § 76-10-1903 - money laundering;
Utah Code § 76-10-1801 - communications fraud;
Utah Code § 76-6-1203 - mortgage fraud;
Utah Code § 76-6-521 - insurance fraud;
Utah Code § 76-6-513 - unlawful dealing of property by fiduciary;
Utah Code § 76-6-405 - theft by deception;
Utah Code § 61-1-1 or § 61-1-2 - securities fraud;
Utah Code § 76-10-1603 - a pattern of unlawful activity, if at least one of the unlawful activities used to establish the pattern of unlawful activity is an offense listed herein.
Other types of white collar crimes can include:
Violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Qui Tam Actions
Corporate Criminal Liability
Mail and Wire Fraud
Food and Drug Crimes
Grand Jury Investigations and Subpoenas
Government Contract Crimes
Medicare and Medicaid Fraud
Misuse of Public Money
Public Corruption and Fraud
White Collar Crime Registry - Utah is the first state in the U.S. to create a public white collar crime offender registry. It works like a sex-offender registry, where users can view who has been charged and convicted in the past ten (10) years of certain white collar crimes such as money laundering, fraud, and theft by deception in the state of Utah. The registry was created by HB 378 of the Utah Legislature’s 2015 General Session and codified in Utah Code Title 77, Chapter 42. The Utah Attorney General’s Office maintains the Registry and has written regulations governing its use found in the Utah Administrative Code as Rule R105-3.
Administrative Rules for the White Collar Crime Offenders Registry - The administrative rules concerning the White Collar Crime Offenders Registry are found in Utah Administrative Rule R105-3. The purpose of the administrative rules is to establish procedures to efficiently administer the Utah White Collar Crime Offender Registry.