White-collar crime may sound fancy, but it is just like any other criminal charge: it can still land you in jail if you don’t have a good attorney with the experience and skills to get results.

The phrase “white-collar crime” is a broad term that describes various types of theft and fraud cases that usually involve getting money through deceptive means. Defending a white collar crime charge can be difficult and complex.

Investigators may need months or years to finish an examination. They frequently need to go through tons of records and financial data on paper and on computer files. They require a detailed analysis of that data to determine what happened.

As such, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to help you fight your charge. Our attorneys have nearly four decades of experience defending people on various white collar theft charges in state and federal court, including:

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