White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes are becoming more common today, as they occur when individuals commit a crime for financial gain through a non-violent criminal act. A lot of sophistication goes into executing these types of crimes, so they can be difficult to prove and prosecute if they go to court. Most people associate this crime with business and politics, but it’s not just white collar workers who commit it. In order for anyone to defend themselves against charges that are associated with white collar crimes, legal representation is important.

Common Types of White Collar Crimes

  • Extortion
  • Insider Trading
  • Tax Evasion
  • Fraud Embezzlement
  • Investment Schemes
  • Bribery/Racketeering

There are many other criminal acts that fall under the term “white collar crimes” as a whole, so it’s not just limited to those listed above. Anyone who is in a situation where they are under investigation for or are being charged with one of the above crimes should seek legal counsel right away. Your defense can make all the difference with the sentence you end up getting as well as what penalties you face. A firm that is experienced with white collar crimes has the experience necessary to defend you.

Hiring New York White Crime Defense Lawyers

Our firm specializes in criminal defense throughout Binghamton, Broome County, and adjoining counties. Whether you’re just being questioned about the alleged crime or being charged, our attorneys can provide you with the necessary defense. We understand that these cases can be confusing and difficult to understand, which is why we are here. We have experience, we have education and we know how to defend you to the best of our abilities. We take a look at all aspects of the case, from the use of computers to the small details of financial transactions, to make sure you are fully covered.

Unfortunately a lot of people facing these charges don’t realize that they could be in even bigger trouble because some cases are looked at by the Attorney General, the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. This can result in maximum charges as well as a more experienced prosecutor working against you. Our legal defense will work to counter these problems and will also make sure all of your rights are exercised. Contact our firm if you need defense and we can set up a consultation right away.

We realize that cost is a factor when choosing an attorney. Our clients understand that serious crimes require serious, skillful and diligent representation. Every case is different and we cannot quote you a retainer fee without first speaking to you and learning about your case and charges. We are happy to consult with you at the jail, if needed. While we do charge a small consultation fee for a jail visit, we apply that fee toward your retainer if you ultimately choose to retain us.