The Wadsworth Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Series has been developed to provide in- depth analysis of important topics or questions as well as challenging or unusual perspectives on crime and justice.These books fill the gaps left by tradition- al books, exploring contemporary problems and intro- ducing new perspectives that are reshaping debates in the field.Titles in the series include: T H E W A D S W O R T H C O N T E M P O R A R Y I S S U E S I N C R I M E A N D J U S T I C E S E R I E S Friedrichs-Trusted Crim-3 SE 5/10/06 PM Page 1 978-1-426-65107-6, Trusted Criminals: White Collar Crime in Contemporary Society, 3e, David O.

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Clear, Series Editor Like its companions in this highly praised series, this book focuses on a key controversy in crime and justice today.

Public perceptions of white collar crime tend to be more conflicted and confused than are percep- tions of conventional forms of crime.

Consider the following list of situations: n The world’s largest retailer is accused of using illegal immigrant workers and cheating them on wages.

n An asbestos removal company is indicted on charges arising out of its practice of putting many people at risk by faking the asbestos removal.

She was required to wear a plastic monitoring device and was largely restricted to one of her homes (a Westchester man- sion) for a five-month probationary period.

Stewart, convicted of obstruction of justice charges related to alleged insider trading, hardly fit the traditional image of a criminal.

Her offense was linked with a form of white collar crime.

While many commentators felt that she deserved to be in prison, others claimed that her imprisonment was both unnecessary and unwar- ranted.