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A white-collar crime, which doesn’t have one single definition under the law, often refers to crimes that aim to produce a financial gain for an individual or group, often through deception. These kinds of crimes typically involve fraud, identity theft, forgery, and much more. Financial crimes naturally fall within this scope, as they will involve any crime relating to financial gain, though not always through deception necessarily.
Financial crime and white-collar crime, some of which are sometimes considered “victimless crimes,” can be very damaging. People and companies or corporations especially do not often look the other way or forgive those caught committing financial crimes. The consequences can be far-reaching and long-lasting, including fines, restitution, and incarceration. They often times interfere with future employment, home buying, and credit issues. Our criminal defense attorneys have over 40 years of combined experience in financial and white-collar defense. Schedule your free consultation today!
The first and most important step in fighting against financial crime allegations is to have a financial crime lawyer start on the case as early as possible. White-collar crime and financial crime allegations can become very serious, very quickly. Without the proper time to explore your case, a financial crime lawyer may be limited when building an effective case against prosecutors.
Whether you’re facing charges against fraud, identity theft, or any of the crimes listed above, there are a number of ways criminal defense attorneys may approach your case. For a serious crime such as fraud, criminal pursuit typically begins with an investigation. Therefore, by the time an arrest is made, financial crime lawyers are already fighting against the clock. If you suspect that you are under investigation for financial or white-collar crimes, it is crucial to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
Cases involving companies and corporations require an experienced team of financial and white-collar defense attorneys to ensure a successful outcome. Our reputation reflects our dedication to client satisfaction and success within the courtroom. With over 40 years of combined experience, the defense attorneys at Schatz, Anderson & Associates can provide insightful advice and defense against cases involving fraud, theft, forgery and any other financial crimes you may be facing.
We can’t stress it enough, timing is critical when facing a financial or white-collar crime. Getting ahead of the case can often determine whether you’re successful in the courtroom or not. At Schatz, Anderson & Associates, you are guaranteed a free, always private, 1-hour consultation to determine the best course of action for your case. We offer flexible appointment scheduling and a flat-fee basis for most cases.