Do you find traditional investigative techniques intimidating? Does courtroom language make your head spin?
Spend some time on the sites below and you’ll be able to write about these subjects with ease! Continue reading Great Sites for Researching Law and Criminal Investigation
1. You are offered a 15% discount on shoes if you purchase a particular brand.
2. A Tupperware store offers your TV channel $100 000 to promote their products.
3. A basketball team offers $500 000 to a TV station in return for positive coverage.
4. A shareholder offers a banker $750 000 in return for preferential interest rates and higher dividends.
Which of these do you think would qualify as bribery?
Continue reading Financial Crime III: Bribery
Wikipedia is often unreliable, but where else do we go for information? Finding accurate sources can be difficult, especially if we don’t already have some knowledge of our subject.
If this sounds familiar, fear not. We’ve rounded up a list of reliable sites you can use as starting points for deeper research. Continue reading Beyond Wikipedia – 8 Awesome Sites for Writer Research
Anyone else binge-watching Suits? Admittedly, I have a weakness for attractive, well-dressed men, but this show is also proving to be a great source of inspiration for my Financial Crime series. Continue reading Financial Crime II: Insider Trading
Anyone who works in Finance is all too familiar with increasing regulations. These are put in place in order to prevent illegal activity, though financial crime continues to be a huge problem throughout the world. Continue reading Financial Crime Series I: Money Laundering