White Collar Crime in Indian Scenario

  • Jatin Gahlot
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  • Jatin Gahlot

    LL.M. Student at Amity Law School, India

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This study provides a thorough examination of both the crimes that have previously happened in India and their causes. Researchers refer to herbivores as "people who commit crimes when their offences are minor and limited to a particular administrative region." Meat Eaters are involved in white collar crime and can be found in practically every business. The growth of technology and education has led to an increase in white-collar crime, which is masked by professionals who take advantage of legal loopholes and are covertly supported by the government. The linkages started banding together, committing white-collar crimes, and obtaining legal protection. As a result, some insignificant employees ended up becoming white collar criminals. Regarding the prevalence of white collar crime in India, it is gradually creeping on every aspect of the nation's society. White-collar crime, such as corruption, is a topic that is widely debated in all facets of society, including the social, economic, and political sectors. Despite this, no dramatic measures have been done to counter this threat. The goals of this essay are to define white-collar crime, examine its historical progression, and offer potential remedies to the issue. There was no criminal justice system in the scumbag civilisation. The phrase "Tooth for tooth, life for life" was revolutionary in terms of criminal justice. Additionally, due to public outcry, cheating spread. As a result of technical developments and his ideas, a new type of guilt known as cabin harm is currently emerging.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2260 - 2269

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114863

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