White collar crime generally refers to non-violent crime usually committed for financial gain. The area of white collar crimes has evolved and includes more serious offenses, which can be prosecuted in both State and Federal Courts. If you are charged with a white collar crime, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible to ensure that you do not waive any possible defenses that you may have. Additionally, the investigation of white collar crime is frequently a long and tedious process due to the complexities that may be involved.
If you have been charged with a white collar offense or if allegations have been brought against you concerning a white collar crime, it is never too early to contact an attorney. Obtaining legal advice early, may save you time, money, and headaches down the road. The attorneys at the DeWitt Law Firm would be honored to advise you regarding any white collar offense and put our experience to work for you.
Common White Collar Crimes include: