A white-collar crime is generally a non-violent crime that is committed by a person considered to be highly respectable in society, thus the “white collar” designation. These crimes are committed in a business or financial setting or by a public official during his term of office. They are crimes of deception involving theft or fraud. Many white collar crimes are federal offenses which are investigated by federal agencies such as the FBI and prosecuted by federal prosecutors fully backed by the federal government. Because of this, a white collar crime charge may be a very serious matter calling for a criminal defense attorney of the highest caliber and experience. That is why we recommend that you consult with a white collar crimes defense attorney at our firm immediately.
If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you will need a criminal defense lawyer who can skillfully handle a state or federal case. Our attorneys have decades of criminal law experience in both state and federal courts and can draw upon that proven track record as well as their extensive knowledge and resources to defend you. Our firm has been rated in the top 5% of all U.S. law firms which demonstrates the quality of service and representation you can benefit from when you engage our services.
White Collar Crimes
A wide variety of crimes are categorized as white collar crimes. Often technical in nature, they may involve complicated paper trails, internet transactions, or specialized knowledge in a financial or business area. They are often committed by managers, supervisors, directors, executives, politicians, or other well-regarded authorities. Our legal team represents clients accused of (but not limited to) the following offenses:
- Identity Theft
- Money laundering
- Pyramid schemes
- Investment scams and crimes
- Computer crimes
- Bankruptcy fraud
Consult with a white collar crimes defense lawyer at our firm as soon as possible so he may begin building an effective defense strategy for you.
Are you being investigated for or have you been charged with a white collar crime? Contact a attorney our firm today!