White-collar crimes is a phrase termed about 1939 and is synonymous with a whole range of crimes from computer fraud and a whole gamut of fraud to embezzlement.
Crimes such as identity theft are taken seriously. A single scam can bring down a family, or even sometimes a whole corporation. Recently, some big cases of white-collar crime such as the Bernie Madoff scandal, had devastating effects on the U.S. economy.
Below are some of the most common white-collar crimes:
If you have been charged with a white-collar crime or are suspected of being involved with a white-collar crime, you need a solid defense team with decades of experience fighting for your rights. You may be facing a steep fine or serving time in a state or federal prison, which can only be reduced if you act quickly. Contact the offices of Chavers & Guhl LLP today. With more than 130 criminal jury trials under our belt, we are lawyers with the experience to fight for your freedom.