People accused of white collar crimes are often surprised to learn of their criminal charges, and are unclear as to the laws and possible sentences involved. White collar crimes often occur in the course of legitimate daily business activity, where hopes and ambitions are high, laws are complex, and oversight is low.
White collar crimes range from one-time loan application fraud for a distressed business to more serious crimes like embezzlement, identity theft, and RICO charges. Whatever your circumstances, an experienced white collar crime criminal defense attorney can make the difference between freedom and imprisonment, a felony and a misdemeanor charge, and the survival or demise of your business.
If You Have Been Accused of a White Collar Crime, Contact an Experienced White Collar Crime Defense Lawyer.
I have provided experienced legal representation for those accused of white collar crimes in many areas. White collar crimes include:
- Corporate, bank, mortgage, SEC and fund management charges
- Tax violations
- Credit-card violations
- Market and market-timing charges
- Larceny, embezzlement and employee theft
- Check, bond, and currency violations
- Wire and mail fraud
- Identity theft
- Counterfeit goods charges
- Forgery, extortion, blackmail, and commercial bribery
If you have been accused of a white collar crime, we can help. We can argue for acquittal, case dismissal, reduced penalties and reduced charges. If your assets have been seized, we can notify the government of your claim to retrieve assets, and fight for full asset recovery. We have helped many people fight their white collar crime charges, and we can help you.
Do not unquestioningly accept your white collar crime accusations. Many circumstances involving your intent, understanding of the law, legal procedures and other factors can greatly affect your eventual verdict or sentence. Jack B. Rubin, PA can help, and will fight for your rights. Contact us today at 410.727.8710 for experienced white collar crime criminal defense.