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DC Embezzlement Lawyer
The federal crime of embezzlement can often be difficult to comprehend, and various features differentiate it from the more popular larceny charge.
To learn more about this topic, you should enlist the help of a DC embezzlement lawyer, like Nabeel Kibria of Ervin Kibria Law, who has shown success in representing clients facing white-collar criminal charges like embezzlement. For a general overview of the topic, however, you may feel free to find answers to your various questions on this page.
How A DC Embezzlement Lawyer Can Help
The potential consequences of an embezzlement charge depend on numerous factors, including the accused’s criminal history and the value of the alleged theft. Our skilled and aggressive DC Federal embezzlement attorneys are experienced in the federal and local courthouses in Washington, DC. We have the skills and knowledge to fight for you and secure the best result possible for your specific case. Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation session with expert,elite attorney Nabeel Kibria of Ervin Kibria Law -a federal embezzlement lawyer in DC who is ready and willing to fight for your rights and best interests.
Embezzlement Under Federal Law
Embezzlement is viewed as the misappropriation of funds or properties entrusted to an individual and misused for their personal benefit. A crucial fact to remember is that the individual accused of embezzlement had a legal right to access or possess the assets but does not actually own them. In general, proving an embezzlement charge requires the prosecution to identify five key elements, including:
of the property
of another, when the accused had
legal possession of/access to the property
In such cases, the justice system must determine each element of the embezzlement crime beyond a reasonable doubt. The reasonable doubt requirement is the highest burden of proof in the US justice system. Proving a fact beyond a reasonable doubt means that if any doubt exists that might influence a reasonable individual’s belief that the accused is guilty, then a jury or judge must find the defendant not guilty.
An expert,experienced DC embezzlement attorney will be able to evaluate all legal options at your disposal and proceed to mount the strongest defense possible under the facts and circumstances in a specific case.
Embezzlement Crimes and Penalties
Chapter 31 of Title 18 of the United States Code stipulates some federal laws prohibiting embezzlement. These laws cover a wide range of prohibited actions, including scenarios where an individual or a government employee with access to federal property misuses the property for their benefit.
It also covers situations where an individual is accused of embezzlement of money from a business involved in interstate commerce, like embezzlement linked to funds or banking activities linked with insurance, credit, lending institutions, medical products, livestock, other employee health care program, or benefit plan.
For instance, an employee who works at the Federal Reserve Bank and receives Federal Reserve funds could be charged for embezzling government property, as could a government contractor who moves government property from one location to another. Another example of a similar situation would be when a medical insurance program admin takes premiums paid by the company’s workers for their benefit instead of buying the appropriate insurance coverage.
Other prohibited activities under Chapter 31 of Title 18 of the United States Code include, but are not limited to:
Embezzlement of public records, property, or money is punishable by ten years in prison or a $250,000 fine for crimes involving $1,000 or more. An individual faces up to one year in prison or a fine of up to $100,000 for crimes involving less than $1,000. 18 USC Section 641.
Embezzlement by agents, employees, or officers of the federal government, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison or the amount embezzled or a fine of $250,000 (whichever is more) for crimes involving $1,000 or more. An individual faces up to 1 year in prison or fines of up to $1,000 for crimes involving $1,000 or less. 18 USC Section 643.
Embezzlement by bankers who intentionally receive unlawfully deposits of public money, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison or the amount embezzled or a fine of $250,000 (whichever is more), for crimes involving $1,000 or more. An individual faces up to 1 year in prison or fines of up to $1,000 for crimes involving $1,000 or less. 18 USC Section 644.
Embezzlement of materials and tools for counterfeiting is punishable by up to 10 years in prison, a fine of up to $250,000, or both. 18 USC Section 642.
Embezzlement by federal court staff is punishable by imprisonment for up to 1 year or fines of up to $1,000 for crimes involving $1,000 or more. An individual faces up to 10 years in prison or the amount embezzled or a fine of $250,000 (whichever is more) for crimes involving $1,000 or more. 18 USC Section 645.
If you or a loved one has been accused of embezzlement, our DC embezzlement lawyer is ready and willing to take your call and schedule a risk-free, no-obligation consultation. Call us today at 202-689-4439.