WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES

White-collar crimes can be defined as non-violent offenses typically related to financial transactions. Being charged with a white-collar crime can have a damaging effect on your business reputation, employment, professional license, and even your freedom.

White-collar crimes can be defined as non-violent offenses typically related to financial transactions, including:

  • Mortgage or Bank Fraud

  • Money Laundering and Embezzlement

  • Mail Fraud

  • Wire Fraud

  • Securities and Stock Fraud

  • Insurance Fraud (Medicare, Medicaid, or Private)

  • Credit Card or Check Fraud

  • Identity Theft

  • Violations of Environmental Regulations

  • Computer or Internet Crime

These allegations are typically complex and require an attorney experienced in defending against white-collar crimes. Penalties for white-collar crimes can include incarceration, restitution, and property forfeiture. If you have been accused of a white-collar crime, contact Mrs. Lacayo today to schedule a free initial consultation and case evaluation.