White Collar Crimes
The term “white-collar crime” generally includes a variety of nonviolent crimes frequently committed in commercial situations for financial gain. Many white-collar crimes are difficult to prosecute. The most common white-collar offenses include: bankruptcy fraud, financial fraud, money laundering, computer and internet fraud, mail fraud, kickbacks, antitrust violations, insurance fraud, bribery, securities fraud, healthcare fraud, embezzlement, government fraud, credit card fraud, counterfeiting, environmental law violations, insider trading, economic espionage, trade secret theft, executor phone, telemarketing fraud, tax evasion, and public corruption.
If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, a defense attorney familiar with applicable state laws can help you obtain fair treatment and represent your rights.
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