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Simple things can lead to prescription drug charges

It's legal to have prescription drugs, as long as you hold the prescription and you obtained them in accordance with your doctor's orders. However, you still need to know that these drugs could lead to serious charges—even felony charges—when certain situations arise. Even simple, everyday things could land you behind bars. For example:

Legal monopolies played a part in white collar crime laws

White collar crime laws started because of theft and embezzlement. One of the first recorded cases happened when a person was hired to transport wool and he decided to skim some off of the top for his own gain. That happened in the late 1400s.

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