What are some examples of white-collar crimes?
White-collar crime is a term regularly used when referring to a number of Federal and state statutes criminalizing what is considered as business and financial crimes (as opposed to violent crimes). Some examples include money laundering, obstruction of justice, tax crimes, false claims, securities fraud, antitrust violations, health care fraud, mail fraud, racketeering and bribery.
Recently, the U.S. Department of Justice has focused on vigorously prosecuting offenses within white-collar crime in connection with fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan applications submitted under the CARES Act. Federal criminal complaints have been filed across the nation charging individuals with criminal offenses such as wire fraud, bank fraud, false statements, and conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud. We are frequently retained to represent individuals and corporations prior to or after criminal charges have been filed involving these serious white-collar crimes. We thoroughly study the case, review the evidence, and consider all possible defenses available based on the particularities of each case. We are a team of dedicated criminal defense lawyers with knowledge and experience defending criminal cases in Federal and state court – we are ready to help you.
If you have been charged or are under investigation by the Federal or state government for a white-collar crime – call us immediately.
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