The Best Defense For White Collar Crimes.
If you’ve seen the Wolf of Wallstreet, American Hustle, The Big Short, or Catch Me if You Can then you already are familiar with white collar crime.
“White collar crime" can describe a number of different crimes, but they all have one thing in common – they involved deceit and are motivated by financial gain. Contact us immediately if you have been contacted by a law enforcement agent or the government or suspect you are under investigation for:
- Health care fraud
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Government fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Money laundering and asset forfeiture
- Public corruption
- Tax fraud and tax evasion
- Securities fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Workers' compensation fraud
- Grand theft
- Embezzlement and corporate crimes
- Wire fraud and mail fraud
- Perjury and obstruction of justice
- Credit union fraud
- Social Security fraud
- Identity theft
Being accused of a white-collar crime can be extremely traumatic, as the accused generally has no previous criminal history and may not know what steps to take to protect himself or herself. Many people assume that false accusations of this kind will eventually sort themselves out when the truth is revealed. This can be detrimental to a clean criminal record.
If you are facing charges for fraud, or other white-collar crimes, you can't afford to let the authorities push you around. Conviction of white-collar crimes can mean going to prison or paying other stiff penalties.
Without representation from an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney, it is unlikely that the truth will ever come out. If you are facing white collar charges, you need to seek out reliable white-collar crime attorneys to protect you from the consequences of a criminal conviction.
At Gravis Law, you will find a lawyer who has handled and successfully negotiated white collar cases just like yours. We are here, ready to offer you top notch representation that will get results.