Crimes Of Finances
Deceit At The Center Of These Charges
White collar crimes can be prosecuted at the state or federal level, and involve deceit for financial gain or to prevent financial loss. While white collar crimes have distinct consequences for the victims, being charged with a white collar crime can have significant negative consequences for those charged. Our highly knowledgeable defense team at Marinaro Law in Pennsylvania can provide strong protection against the harshest potential penalties for white collar crime charges.
Types Of White Collar Crimes
Whether you’ve been charged with skimming a little off the company pot or organizing a full-blown Ponzi scheme, white collar crime charges should be taken seriously. This is particularly true if you discover that you’re being investigated for a crime. If investigators are already looking into charges of this type, it means they’re already well ahead of any efforts you could now mount in your own defense. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try, but rather that you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible.
Examples of white collar crimes include:
- Insurance fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
- Ponzi schemes
These crimes can be complicated and require an experienced attorney who can target weaknesses and errors in the prosecution’s case. These crimes can also carry significant penalties that can ruin your reputation and damage your finances. If you’ve been charged with one of these crimes, it’s essential to contact a lawyer immediately to get the help you need building a strong defense.
Protect Your Reputation. Call Today.
White collar crime charges require urgent and committed legal representation to preserve your freedom and your reputation. To schedule your free initial consultation with one of our attorneys at Marinaro Law in Lancaster, call 717-397-7055 or toll free at 866-614-6520, or write to us online.