Law360 (July 20, 2018, 12:55 PM EDT) -- The sophisticated nature of white collar criminal prosecutions often involve multiple entities, individuals, bank accounts and large sums of assets. Frequently, an added complexity in these cases is the alleged inappropriate use of funds for personal expenses — sports cars, diamonds, extravagant vacations and things of the like. While in many cases there are legitimate explanations for these expenses (such as using the wrong debit card), misappropriation of funds for personal expenses is a government favorite that can leave attorneys struggling throughout trial to distinguish personal expenses from legitimate business expenses. United States v. Spalding sheds light on some of the...
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