White Collar Crime Attorney in NYC
What is a white collar crime?
White collar crime can be defined as any non-violent criminal act that
is carried out with the intention of unlawful financial gain. Typically
this type of crime is related to business, finance or politics—hence
the name, white collar crime—but is not strictly limited to white
Unlike a lot of other offenses in New York, these types of crimes often
involve a certain level of sophistication in their execution—which
makes it all the more difficult to prove and subsequently prosecute. To
defend against the serious penalties of a conviction, however, legal representation
should be acquired as soon as the charges are waged.
White collar crime includes countless criminal acts under the law, but
some of the most common types include:
Whether you have been formally charged with a crime of this nature or you
are simply under investigation, it is imperative that you act quickly
in the interest of your defense. The consequences of a conviction are
often severe, including extensive prison sentences and restitution for
all unlawful financial gain. If you hope to avoid a conviction and all
consequent penalties, it is in your best interest to enlist the help of
a firm that fully understands the scope of the laws related to white collar crime.
Contact a New York City Criminal Lawyer for Representation Anywhere in
New Rochelle, Yonkers, or White Plains
At our firm, we offer experienced
criminal defense counsel to clients throughout Manhattan and all of New York City who may
be facing a white collar investigation and/or formal charges. No matter
what stage your case may be in, we are confident in our ability to apply
our resources and legal experience to your benefit. Handling cases of
this nature can be complex and difficult, requiring extensive resources
The knowledgeable attorneys at our firm know what approach to take as well
as how to execute an aggressive plan of action. These cases can be highly
technical in nature due to the involvement of computers, the internet
and complex financial transactions. Many white collar crimes are also
investigated by federal agencies (such as the FBI) and prosecuted by the
U.S. Attorney's Office.
Federal investigators and prosecutors are typically more experienced and
have access to a greater amount of resources than those at the state level.
Therefore you need the level of defense counsel that is sufficient to
counter these efforts. A criminal attorney at our law office can represent
you at any stage of your case, whether you are already facing charges
or if you are currently under investigation for an alleged offense.
All you have to do is
give us a call today to schedule your free consultation.