White collar offenses are crimes that are non-violent in nature and can be committed by individuals, groups or corporations. White collar offenses are typically financial crimes where some type of financial loss is incurred by an individual, business or the government due to illegal activity. Being convicted of a white-collar offense can come with severe consequences such as jail time, fines and asset forfeiture. A conviction can also hinder a person’s ability to obtain employment in the future.

White Collar offenses include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Embezzlement
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Bribery Credit/ Debit Card
  • Abuse
  • Money Laundering

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If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, it is imperative that you contact an attorney as these types of crimes are very complex. A skilled defense attorney can conduct a comprehensive investigation and prepare an exceptional defense on your behalf. Please contact our office to set up a complimentary consultation to discuss your situation.