White Collar Crime, Embezzlement and Fraud
White Collar Crime Defense
White collar crimes typically involve some kind of economic loss or theft. Although white collar crimes are nonviolent, the penalties associated with these crimes are often quite severe. Further, individuals accused of white collar crimes are often prominent members of their community. As a result, a mere accusation of a white collar crime can cause untold damage to a person’s reputation.
Frequently, these cases involve countless documents and are often the product of months or even years of investigation. Most white collar crimes are prosecuted in federal court.
Federal law enforcement agents and prosecutors have substantial resources at their disposal to investigate and prosecute what they believe to be acts of wrongdoing.
We vigorously protect the rights of people charged with any type of white collar crime such as:
- Fraud, including wire, bank, mortgage, securities, health care, Medicaid and Medicare, government contract, credit card and corporate fraud
- Identity theft
- Making false statements on government applications or to government officials
- Money laundering
- Racketeering (RICO)
- Public corruption and ethics violations
- Immigration violations
- Forgery and counterfeiting
- Environmental crimes
- Tax evasion
Whether you’re a business owner, employee, corporate officer or an individual, fraud charges are damaging to your reputation and potentially damaging to your freedom. It is critical to contact an experienced fraud defense attorney who will provide a knowledgeable, relentless defense against fraud charges. Ron understands that your reputation, in addition to your freedom, is at stake in these situations.
A proactive defense is the best defense. If you retain his services in the early stages of an investigation, he may be able to help you avoid a grand jury indictment.
Fraud is essentially the notion of making false statements for personal gain, and it can encompass a wide range of different areas, including:
- Mortgage fraud
- Wire fraud
- Mail fraud
- Health care fraud, including Medicaid and Medicare fraud
- Government fraud, including contract fraud, making false statements on a government document and making false statements to a government official
- Bank fraud
- Corporate fraud
- Computer fraud
- Insurance fraud