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Definition of "white-collar crime" []

  • A non-violent crime, generally for personal gain and often involving money. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "white-collar crime" in a sentence
  • "For a decade I’ve punched all the right tickets, from Law Review at Columbia to two years prosecuting white-collar crime for the DA’s southern circuit, and after three and a half years at Walmark, Reid and Blundell, I’ve got senior partner in my sights."
  • "The agents from the white-collar crime unit also found several batches of receipts totaling tens of thousands of dollars charged to my American Express card by the Pet Shop company owned by Nadias husband."