WHITE COLLAR CRIME

White-collar crime generally refers to a variety of nonviolent crimes. The crime(s) is usually committed for financial gain in a commercial setting. Generally speaking, white collar crimes are committed by people in a place of trust. A banker, an accountant, lawyer, et cetera.

The term is derived from the white collar typically worn by professionals. A particularly frightening fact about white-collar crime is how often white collar crimes involve state and federal authorities.

A few examples of white collar crimes:

  • bankruptcy fraud
  • bribery
  • computer and internet fraud
  • credit card fraud
  • trade secret theft
  • embezzlement
  • financial institution fraud
  • government fraud
  • healthcare fraud
  • insider trading
  • insurance fraud
  • mail fraud
  • securities fraud
  • tax evasion

Due to the complex nature of white-collar crimes, it is imperative Mr. Windecher starts as soon as possible. Mr. Windecher will review your unique situation, advise you of your rights, possible outcomes, and help to achieve the most favorable result possible.

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