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The serious consequences of white collar crimes

On Behalf of | Dec 13, 2016 | Criminal Defense |

A criminal charge of any kind can have a serious, long-reaching effect on various areas of your life. It is important to take any type of criminal charge seriously, even white collar crimes. With accusations or charges of a white collar crime, your future and freedom are on the line. It is important to confront these charges with the help of an experienced Indiana defense attorney.
Even allegations of a white collar crime can have a serious impact on your reputation and career opportunities. Fight back by securing legal help as soon as possible, even if criminal charges have not yet been filed. If you are under investigation, you will also find great benefit to securing legal counsel regarding the protection of your rights.

Types of white collar crime and potential penalties

White collar crimes are commonly associated with business or government professionals. These crimes always involve a financial element, and instead of violence or threats, these crimes involve deceit, concealment and intent to mislead. Some of the most common types of white collar crimes include:

  • Check or wire fraud
  • Computer fraud
  • Forgery
  • Money laundering
  • Insider trading
  • Tax evasion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Medical licensing cases

If convicted of a white collar crime, you will face penalties that could include time in prison, significant fines and more. In addition to the legal penalties that you will face, a conviction could affect an impending custody dispute, your job and your good standing in your community.

You can fight charges and avoid a conviction

Fortunately, criminal charges do not always result in a conviction, especially with an experienced defense attorney advocating for your interests. Avoiding conviction requires significant experience in the criminal justice system and a thorough knowledge of the law. Your lawyer can bolster your defense by using any of the following approaches:

  • Challenging the evidence against you
  • Finding problems with the search and seizure process
  • Determining if your rights were violated
  • Evaluating the strength of the prosecution’s case

It is important to have realistic expectations of the potential outcome to your case. After a case evaluation, your lawyer can explain the legal options available to you and help you understand the various potential defense strategies that may benefit your case. Fight for justice and pursue a beneficial resolution by reaching out for help promptly.

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