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White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes usually start as individual crimes, or as activity conducted in the course of employment for a company or corporation. Individual cases often include theft, embezzlement, and fraud and can include money laundering and wire fraud.

Although they are nonviolent crimes, White Collard Crimes are prosecuted harshly. When a company tries to scapegoat an individual after an enforcement action, that person needs a zealous lawyer. Regardless of the severity of the charge, you need a lawyer to protect your rights.

I understand the complexity of these cases and the consequences of a conviction. I will provide aggressive, strategic defense against fraud and financial theft charges. After 12 years of working as a prosecutor, I know how they will prepare a case, and I know how to defend those charges. If you are looking for an experienced trial lawyer who can speak convincingly to a jury in a language they understand, contact my office for a consultation.

Penalties for White Collar Crimes vary depending on the value of the property or money and the way in which it was stolen. Prison sentences and large fines are a possibility. I can defend against charges such as:

  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Credit Card Theft
  • Identity Theft
  • Check Fraud

In some White Collar case, poor bookkeeping or an error can be mistaken for fraudulent activity. It is critical to investigate the case to determine what really happened, and what the prosecutor can prove. Proving guilt in a White Collar case often requires the prosecution to show there was fraudulent intent. I will work diligently to counteract this assertion. The government has nearly limitless resources to investigate and prosecute crimes. If you are facing White Collar charges, you need an experienced attorney to work hard to protect your rights.

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