White-Collar Crimes

Jacksonville White-Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers

Criminal defense attorneys advocating for your rights from investigation through appeals

Defense of serious crimes at state and federal levels

Typically, white-collar crime is non-violent, usually committed by intelligent and educated individuals using sophisticated means for financial gain. Depending on which court has jurisdiction, federal or state prosecutors may bring white-collar crime charges. Various federal agencies including the FBI and the IRS investigate white-collar crime. According to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), a research organization at Syracuse University, the government reported 787 new white-collar crime convictions in August 2012 alone. FBI reports show that billions of dollars are lost in the United States every year as a result of white-collar crime — so the FBI typically vigorously pursues these cases. But then they often target the innocent or violate the rights of those they investigate. Either way, you have a Constitutional right to require the government to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.

Types Of White Collar Crimes

  • Antitrust violations

  • Bankruptcy fraud

  • Bribery

  • Computer / Internet fraud

  • Credit Card fraud

  • Economic espionage

  • Embezzlement

  • Environmental violations

  • Financial fraud

  • Forgery / Counterfeiting

  • Government fraud

  • Healthcare fraud

  • Insider trading

  • Insurance fraud

  • Kickbacks

  • Mail fraud

  • Money laundering

  • Mortgage fraud

  • Phone / Telemarketing fraud

  • Public corruption

  • RICO violations

  • Securities fraud

  • Tax evasion

  • Trade secret theft

Early legal representation can make a difference to your defense

Because of the complexity of white-collar crimes, state and federal governments typically conduct thorough investigations to obtain critical evidence before bringing charges. Many suspects become aware of investigations against them long before they face criminal prosecution. The investigative phase is an ideal time to retain our experienced white-collar crime attorneys in FL, providing your defense with advance preparation time like that enjoyed by the prosecution. The experienced Jacksonville white-collar crime attorneys at Fallgatter & Catlin, P.A. often use this time to find ways to stop prosecution before it begins.

If you are under investigation or face charges for a white-collar crime, you are well advised to retain an experienced Jacksonville white-collar crime attorney from Fallgatter & Catlin, P.A. to represent you and protect your rights — immediately. Our attorneys have extensive experience in federal and state criminal cases, along with years of federal prosecutor experience. We understand the intricate investigation strategies used by federal agencies to indict and convict those they charge with white-collar crime.

Contact an experienced Jacksonville white-collar crime defense lawyer immediately

Contact us online or call the offices of Fallgatter & Catlin, P.A. today to schedule a consultation at no cost or obligation to discuss your concerns.

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