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Attention was placed on the perpetrator instead of the actual crime which had been committed. According to Becky Waller-Davies (2015), it didn’t make sense to suggest crimes such as embezzlement, land swindling, price-gauging, illegal bank loans, and/or exploitation because they could all be grouped together when alone they are all diverse in nature. The original shift in the legacy of Sutherland was obtained by taking the crime itself as the main factor of investigation. The laws which characterize white-collar crime passed by governments for whatever reason during any period of time has been considered as pieced together. They can be pertinent for prosecution but the legal classifications are of narrow significance based on analytical purposes. A statutory crime may include various behaviors such as larceny, for example can range from simple theft by an employee to a more intricate deceptive loan prepared by a loan specialist. The same crime can be reprimanded under laws which were set for deception by mail or wire fraud, securities scams, and other crimes of this nature. In my opinion, Sutherland depended on the contention of both corporate and individual litigants are consistently destitute of the opinion of innocence in criminal procedures. Sutherland’s views on corporate offenses would be more so viewed civil and governing lawsuits instead of criminal prosecutions. Sutherland places too much emphasis that only those who come from poverty stricken backgrounds are more likely to commit white-collar crimes; we have
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