White Collar Crimes
White collar crimes are generally defined as non-violent offenses that usually have to do with fraud, theft of services or theft of assets. While they may seem as closely associated as other criminal offenses, they still constitute as such as will result in a criminal record.
These types of crimes can be committed in a corporate setting or they can be on a smaller scale, such as insurance fraud or mortgage fraud. Depending on the scale of the crime and the backlash from the illegal activity, a white collar crime can be penalized differently. Monetary fines are a common consequence of these crimes, however, a prison sentence can be given either separate or along with fines as well.
If you have been charged with a white collar crime, I advise you to contact me as soon as possible so that I can do everything possible to protect your rights. I can help you if you have been charged with bribery, embezzlement, fraud, insider trading,
forgery, tax fraud, counterfeiting, conspiracy, internet offenses, tax evasion, extortion or other white collar offense.
If you are convicted of a fraud crime or other white collar crime while in a position of authority in your place of employment, you could find it very difficult to find similar employment after you have completed your sentence. I know that your livelihood is important to you and I will do everything I can to protect your good name.
I have over a decade of experience handling criminal defense cases. I have the education necessary to build a solid defense on your behalf and I know how to handle the criminal justice system. In addition, my years of experience as a deputy sheriff give me vital insight into the "other side." I will use every aspect of my experience to help you and your criminal case.