White Collar Prison
White Collar Prison
What is White Collar Prison? A white collar prisoner is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin, a job where it would usually require the worker to wear a shirt and then end up in a white collar prison. This includes lawyers, accountants, managers and company directors.
White Collar Prison is for White Collar Crime which is usually Fraud, Conspiracy, Money Laundering, Extortion, Ponzi and Pyramid Scheme and Tax Fraud. A White Collar Prisoner would go to prison usually for a nonviolent, financially linked crime. To end up in a white collar prison, Its usually because of a crime that was done for monetary gain and usually with a white collar crime comes money laundering. CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR PRISON SERVICES
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White Collar Prison is usually refered to for people getting charged with Money Laundering which is the process where the individual has made steps to filter the money that was ‘illegally’ gained and attempt to now make it look legit. With most white collar crimes, money laundering isn’t usually that far behind as a charge.
White Collar Prison, There is no such thing as a white collar prison. This statement is just referring to the fraudsters, money launderers or tax evaders that then end up in prison, hence the title ‘White Collar Prisoner’.
White Collar Prison Information
A white collar prisoners experience through the prison system will be no different to that of a drug dealer or assault charge. However, and from my experience, The white collar prisoners tend to resonate towards each other and you’ll find groups of them congregating together throughout the wings.
So if you are going to be a white collar prisoners and think that you will be the only kind of person stuck out like a sore thumb, there are many others like you that have found themselves on the wrong side of the law and are now serving time in a so called ‘White Collar Prison’.
I can give also give you information on what to expect at court and what it is like to be on trial. I had a 2 month trial for Fraud and Money Laundering at Southwark Crown Court. Get the information that you need so that you are prepared.
I would have benefited greatly from speaking to someone that had been in my position but possessed the knowledge that i lacked, the experience of going through court and prison and coming out the other side and survived.
I had so many unanswered questions that clouded my thoughts, caused anxiety, stress and struggled to focus on the most important part, defending yourself in court. Get the support and advice you need by clicking on one of the links and lets answer the million questions that you have circling in your head. CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT MY PRISON STORY