White Collar Crime Attorney in Miami
Are you being investigated for or charged with a white collar crime?
When a crime is committed which is non-violent and involves fraud or deceit, particularly a financial transaction of some kind, it is generally called a white collar crime. Some examples of white collar crimes are embezzlement, tax evasion,
money laundering, mortgage fraud, forgery, Medicare fraud, insurance fraud, credit card fraud, and counterfeiting. While white collar crimes are often committed by an individual acting alone, such is not always the case. For example, often times white collar crime occurs as part of an organzied fraud, i.e., a criminal scheme by more than one individual, or, as a sophisticated, large-scale operation such as in cases of organized crime. The more victims there are, the greater the penalties; and penalties can include long terms in state and/or federal prison If convicted.
If you or someone you are involved with either personally or in business, is being investigated in a white collar crime, or if you have already been charged, you need the help of a Miami criminal defense attorney immediately. At Mait Law you will find a committed attorney who will work tirelessly for your defense. The firm provides legal representation in Spanish, French and English.
Miami White Collar Crime Lawyer
A criminal conviction in a white collar crime case can have severe repercussions. In addition to the possibility of long state and/or federal prison sentences, certain types of white collar crime convictions will affect your ability to hold professional licenses, and will permanently damage your personal and professional reputation. Having an experienced defense lawyer on your side is critical if you are facing charges involving a white collar crime. An experienced and skilled defense attorney knows how to successfully negotiate with the prosecutor (whether state or federal) in order to procure reduced charges and/or penalties and/or other advantages. You have a right to an attorney – exercise this right and contact the firm without delay.
Contact a Miami criminal defense lawyerat the firm today.