Colorado Springs Defense Attorneys White Collar Crimes
White Collar crimes may come across as a less serious crime than others. However, don't be fooled. Law enforcement is cracking down on investigating white collar crimes, and if convicted, you can face severe penalties. Even if you feel that the accusations are groundless, give us a call for a confidential and thorough consultation. You don't want to be put in the line of fire with no formidable defense.
White collar crimes take a variety of forms, including: securities fraud, tax evasion, insider trading, voter fraud, embezzlement, bribery, wire fraud, identity theft, foreign corrupt practices, environmental crimes, blackmail, credit card fraud, false statements, state economic crimes, mail fraud, corporate espionage, antitrust violations, ponzi schemes, bank fraud, health care fraud, money laundering, computer hacking, insurance fraud, bid-rigging, counterfeiting, racketeering and RICO, real estate and mortgage fraud, broker-dealer violations, regulatory violations, and political corruption.
White collar crimes are not limited to executives in the professional world. According to Colorado law, a white collar crime is any crime committed for financial gain. Regardless of your position, you could be facing massive fines, and even prison time depending on the crime. Additionally, you'll have to indefinitely carry around a criminal record that will affect your future employment, housing, loan options, etc.
Your freedom, livelihood, and reputation are at stake. If you are being investigated for a white collar crime and before the case goes public, we want to help you by:
- Not allowing you to go on the defensive. When we are accused of something, our immediate instinct is to fight even when we know that we're not guilty. - Working hard to protect your rights. The government is very skilled at white collar crime investigations, so our job is to make sure they don't obtain information illegally and break protocol. - Providing proper understanding to government officials. If you speak to them on your own, you may not be able to effectively prove that they are mistaken in their assumption of your wrongdoing.
Whether you are an individual or business, you can be charged with a white collar crime. Normally large sums of money are involved, so prosecutors double down on their case and heavy penalties can ensue if the defendant is found guilty. This is precisely why you need a team of lawyers with experience, resources, and success handling such crimes. We want to fight for you. Call us today at 719-227-0230.