Miami White Collar Crime Attorney
Conviction of a Miami white collar crime offense can result in lengthy prison sentences, enormous fines, and seizure of valuable property under asset forfeiture laws. The government vigorously prosecutes white collar crimes and often seeks the maximum penalties available. At the same time, white collar crimes are some of the most complex and complicated to understand and interpret, requiring the help of a knowledgeable and experienced Miami white collar crime attorney who can successfully challenge the prosecution’s case and mount a strong, persuasive defense. Jeffrey S. Weiner is a board-certified specialist in criminal trial advocacy with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare and present a successful defense in cases involving complex white collar criminal charges. Contact our Miami white collar crime attorneys today.
- Miami Credit Card Fraud
- Miami Identity Theft
- Miami Computer Crimes
- Miami Healthcare Fraud
- Miami Internet Crime
- Miami Mail, Wire & Bank Fraud
- Miami Money Laundering & Racketeering (RICO)
- Miami Mortgage Fraud
What is white collar crime?
Generally speaking, white collar crimes are criminal offenses which are accomplished through means of deception rather than the use of force or threat of violence. Many of the white collar criminal offenses commonly charged are based off of complex state or federal laws found in lengthy, complicated and highly technical statutes. Even legal experts often disagree on whether a particular action constitutes lawful activity or a technical violation of some arcane federal statute. Our office is not afraid to go up against the most powerful government agencies and federal prosecutors in defense of our clients’ rights. We defend people charged with all manner of state and federal white collar, business and corporate crimes in Miami, including:
- Securities Fraud
- Tax Fraud
- Gambling Crimes
- Identity Theft – Credit Card Fraud
- Consumer Fraud – Counterfeit Goods
- Hazardous Materials Violations
- Embezzlement Counterfeiting
- Deportation and Extradition Proceedings
White collar cases may involve lengthy investigations
In many white collar criminal prosecutions, before an arrest is ever made, the individual has been targeted for investigation for a lengthy period. The government may spend months or years building a case before charges are filed. It is therefore vital to contact an attorney as soon as you are arrested or made aware that you are under suspicion. Jeffrey S. Weiner works swiftly to get to the bottom of the case and works with prosecutors to prevent charges from being filed, influence what charges are filed or how an arrest is made, or negotiate a grant of immunity. Don’t try talking to investigators on your own. Federal law makes it a crime to lie to a government official, and law enforcement officers are experts at eliciting even innocent contradictory statements that they then use as leverage to force your cooperation. If you are approached for an interview or questioning, contact an experienced Miami white collar criminal defense attorney before you agree to speak with law enforcement.
Save Your Liberty, License and Reputation. Contact an Experienced Miami White Collar Crime Attorney
An arrest or conviction for a Miami white collar crime can jeopardize your professional license as well as lead to exorbitant monetary fines, asset forfeiture, and lengthy prison sentences. If you have been subpoenaed to appear as a witness or offer testimony to a grand jury, if you have been targeted for prosecution by a state or federal grand jury, or if you have been arrested for white collar crime in Florida, contact the law office of Jeffrey S. Weiner. P.A. in Miami for advice and representation from a knowledgeable and experienced Florida criminal defense attorney.