White collar crime deals with business-related crimes. White collar crimes violate federal law and are handled in federal court. White collar crimes include bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, computer/internet fraud, credit card fraud, counterfeiting, embezzlement, extortion, forgery, insurance fraud, money laundering, securities fraud, tax evasion, and other financial crimes.
White collar crimes come with penalties such as fines, jail time, restitution, supervised release and home detention. Being charged with a white collar crime can impact a person's future tremendously. If convicted of a white collar crime, you may be subjected to huge fines, face long prison sentences, and suffer embarrassment.
A white collar criminal lawyer who has experience can defend the rights of those who are accused of white collar crime. A criminal lawyer can help reduce charges, minimize penalties, or try to avoid any charges. An attorney can help you with plea-bargaining or other necessary negotiations that can be helpful in minimizing punishment in the case of a white collar crimes conviction.
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