Colorado Springs White Collar Crime Attorney
Per the FBI, white collar crime is defined as "lying, cheating, and stealing." Essentially, white collar crimes are those that are nonviolent and motivated by finances—hence "white collar." These are commonly committed by both business and government professionals and include everything from fraud to forgery to money laundering. The fact that it is nonviolent does not mean it is a minor crime—the prosecution takes these crimes seriously. Depending on the type of crime, penalties can be severe.
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Although white collar crimes are considered to be lesser offenses than violent crimes or other
criminal defense charges, conviction can lead to serious penalties. I have
more than 15 years of experience as a Colorado Springs white collar crime lawyer, providing outstanding representation to my clients and I may be able to help you resolve your situation as well. I stand ready to ensure that each client fully understands the implications and possible penalties of the charges against them and I will take all necessary actions to protect my clients and preserve their rights.
If you have been arrested, or are being investigated, for a white collar crime, contact a Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer today. Call to schedule your free case evaluation!
Common Examples of White Collar Crimes
- Money Laundering
- Copyright Infringement
- Medicare Fraud
- Identity Theft
- Credit Card Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes
Are White Collar Crimes State or Federal Crimes?
The short answer: It depends.
While white collar crimes are often federal crimes, that does not mean they are always federal crimes. In some cases, they may be prosecuted on the state level. However, because white collar crimes can be so complex and because they can often cross state lines, they frequently end up on the federal level.
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I will take the time to thoroughly review your situation and develop a personalized defense strategy designed to achieve the best resolution for you. If you are interested in learning more about your rights and how working with a Colorado Springs criminal defense attorney can help you, complete a case evaluation form today! I am here to help protect your rights and fight for the best outcome possible.