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California White Collar Crime Lawyer

If you are being investigated for a white collar crime or have already been charged, it is important to enlist the help of a California criminal defense lawyer from our firm. We can discuss the steps you should take and how this case can best be handled. White collar crimes are nonviolent and therefore assumed to have small penalties.

This is not the case, however. Legal authorities take these crimes very seriously because they typically affect the commercial or business world. They are also usually committed with the motive of financial gain.

Crimes of this nature can refer to crimes committed by businessmen and others in professional industries. Any person can be tried and convicted of a white collar crime if the act was done for the purpose of financial gain. Common crimes of this nature include:

Individuals can face severe penalties for the white collar crime committed. It can be charged as either a state or federal crime, and in either situation, you will need an attorney who can aggressively defend your situation. If you are found guilty, you could face having to make restitution to the victims whose property you are accused of unlawfully taking. You may also be faced with a lengthy incarceration. Our firm handles criminal cases that range from simple misdemeanors to serious felonies.

Benefits of Hiring a Criminal Lawyer

Our firm has the experience and proven record that can lead to successful outcomes for our clients. It is important to take immediate action to prevent severe penalties from arising. We can conduct investigations and develop a strategy that can improve your chances of getting a decreased or dropped sentence. We can also conduct interviews with witnesses of the situation to help you prove your case. Call today for knowledgeable representation!


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