White Collar Crimes
HOW CAN I BE CHARGED WITH WHITE COLLAR CRIME?
White collar crime covers a broad spectrum of charges. Generally it is non violent crimes at the workplace. These include:
- Credit card fraud
- Internet fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Identity theft
- Check fraud, forgery
- Money laundering
- Computer crime
- Tax crimes
- Perjury (lying under oath)
WHAT CAN HAPPEN TO ME IF I AM CONVICTED?
Fines and restitution can be enormous because there is usually substantial amounts of money involved. Depending on whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or felony you can also incur:
- Jail or prison time
- Probation or parole
- Loss of professional licenses
- Restitution to victim
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I AM BEING CHARGED?
Contact me immediately.
Generally these cases have extensive records and large amounts of evidence. It is extremely important to call me if you even suspect you are being investigated. I have dealt with a large number of these cases and frequently a solution can be worked out that involves no criminal charges at all.
Even if a charge is unavoidable it is important to get our attorney involved as early as possible to ensure privileged evidence is not surrendered and any legal avenues are not waived accidentally.
Do not take risks with your life, your liberty and your family.