Some clarity once and for all on white collar crimes
Very often, white collar crimes they are pointed out not as simple violations of technical standards, but as premeditated behavior that affects different categories of victims.
Among the latter, in fact, is the State: consider the case of corruption committed, for example, by public officials. Many times, thanks to their considerable technical experience and by virtue of the positions they occupy within the same company, administrative workers can be accused of improperly enriching themselves and / or committing serious irregularities sanctioned by criminal law.
The worst thing is that, very often, there is great confusion in the population about the correct identification of white collar crimes.
For example, they are sometimes confused with the more common "professional robberies", with the difference that a professional thief is often considered a criminal, while the employer is considered a respectable citizen.
This disparity is really not understood. It is therefore urgent, first of all, to shed some light on such a complex and controversial issue.