White-Collar and Financial Crimes
A Casebook of Fraudsters, Scam Artists, and Corporate Thieves
"A nice, readable review of some of the most compelling topics in white-collar crime."—Laura Finley, Barry University
"A major contribution to the growing socio-legal literature on white collar crime. Unpacking ten cases of white-collar crimes brings to the classroom the opportunity to compare and contrast in rich detail the legal and practical issues that distinguish these crimes from traditional street crimes as they transit the various stages of the justice system."—Gary Feinberg, St. Thomas University
"Offers students an interesting and informative way to learn through real-world examples."—Daniel W. Phillips III, Campbellsville University
Jennifer C. Noble is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at California State University, Sacramento.