White Collar Crimes

There has been a large increase in the prosecution of “white collar crimes” in the past ten years. A wide range of charges can be issued for white collar cases but many times the charges include offenses of internal business theft, embezzlement, misappropriation of unemployment benefits, or mortgage fraud.
White collar cases typically include evidence involving large amounts of documentation to track financial, real estate or business transactions over time. Law enforcement may seek search warrants to obtain those records from individuals, banks, and businesses.
If you are the focus of a white collar investigation, it is important to remain silent until after you have talked with your attorney. To consult with one of our experienced defense lawyers, contact our office today.