White Collar Crime
Being charged with a white collar crime can have a dire impact on your future. If convicted, you may be subjected to huge fines, face lengthy prison sentences and suffer severe embarrassment.
White collar crime refers to a wide range of nonviolent crimes committed for monetary gain incuding medicare and medicaid fraud, securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, embezzlement, money laundering and income tax evasion.
A criminal law attorney who has experience defending the rights of those accused of white collar crime can help reduce charges, minimize penalties, or avoid them altogether. If you have been accused of a white collar crime, please contact us today to speak with a qualified criminal defense attorney who can evaluate your case FREE of charge and pursue your best interests.
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