There is no denying the fact that no two white collar crimes are the same. And while these vary in seriousness, nothing changes the fact that you don’t want to be charged with this type of crime.

State and federal authorities are spending more time and money than ever before investigating and prosecuting individuals who commit white collar crimes. Unfortunately, this can lead to situations in which a person is charged with a crime they did not commit.

Some of the most common types of white collar crime include:

— Securities fraud

— Bank fraud

— Mortgage fraud

— Wire fraud

— Mail fraud

— Tax fraud, including tax evasion

— Insurance fraud

— Health care fraud

— Money laundering

— Bankruptcy fraud

It doesn’t matter who you are, there could come a time when you are charged with a white collar crime. While not always the case, professionals, such as bankers and doctors, are often the ones who are charged with this type of crime.

If you are charged with any type of white collar crime, it’s important to know what you are up against. At our law firm, we do whatever it takes to avoid a felony record and keep you out of prison.

You can learn more about the many types of white collar crimes and defenses by visiting our website. Along with this, we suggest that you contact us online or via phone at your earliest convenience. The sooner you have a professional legal team on your side the sooner you will feel better about what the future holds.