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While white collar crimes are generally nonviolent, they are still considered to be very serious by both state and federal courts. This is especially true where multiple alleged victims and high dollar-amount operations are involved. As a result, you will need a criminal defense lawyer who is well-versed in white collar crime laws and potential defenses. At Colasessano Law, we provide highly-qualified legal representation in even the most complex felony crimes of this nature at both the state and federal level.
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White collar crimes vary widely in scope and in the way they are committed. These are generally crimes committed for some type of financial gain or control through the use of deceit or misrepresentation. They are often committed by individuals working in positions where they have access to funds or financial information. Their alleged victims may be one, a few, or hundreds of individuals as well as their employers or governmental agencies against whom they commit various acts of fraud.
Examples of white collar crimes can include but are not limited to:
- Money laundering
- Computer crimes
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax fraud
- Criminal conspiracy
- Identity theft
- Insider trading
- Public Corruption
- Investment scams, such as Ponzi schemes
- Other types of fraud, related to mail, health care, securities, insurance, wire, banking, credit cards, internet, telemarketing, government agencies such as Medicare, Social Security, and more
These various types of white collar crimes and more are not covered under one law but many state and federal laws. Thus, it is vital that you turn to an attorney who understands the varied and complex statutes and their potential penalties that fall under the overall label of “white collar crime.” You will also want to ensure you are represented by an attorney who knows how to defend against aggressive federal prosecutors who may have been assisted by federal agencies from the FBI to the IRS, Department of Justice (DOJ), the SEC, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and more.
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If you or someone you know has been arrested or is under a state or federal investigation into white collar crimes, it is critical that you turn to a law firm that is known for its professionalism in fighting such charges. Our Indianapolis white collar crime attorney brings three decades of diligent and dedicated service and proven legal ability to your case. To learn more about how we can help, contact us for a free case review.