White Collar Crime 

In 1939 Professor Edwin Sutherland was the first to use the term white collar crime.  He defined it as "a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation".  Today white collar crime has evolved from what most associate with corporate crime to general fraudbriberyinsider trading, securities crimes, embezzlement, healthcare fraud, welfare fraud, computer crimecopyright infringement, mortgage fraud, money laundering, government fraud, identity theft, forgery, tax evasion, and more.

White collar crimes are transactionally complicated and sophisticated.  Whether investigated by federal, state or local law enforcement most cases are not charged without extremely thorough surveillance, investigation and evidence.  Hiring an attorney experienced in white collar crime matters is imperative.  My office begins to work on your case even before charges are filed. This can lead to charges not being filed at all or lesser related charges being filed.  

If you need a white collar crime lawyer, experience and insight makes the difference. If you have been charged with or are under investigation for fraud or any state or federal white collar criminal charge contact my office today.