Thursday, October 20, 2011

What Are White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes can include a wide spectrum of different charges and a list of a few of these charges includes the following:
  • Money laundering
  • Fraud – This includes credit card, bank and social security fraud
  • Forgery
  • Illegal financial or business transactions
  • Identity theft
  • Counterfeiting
  • Insider trading
The punishment that a person may end up facing for white collar crimes such as the ones listed above will often include house arrest, a number of fines, prison time and fulfilling obligations of community confinement.
 
In many situations when a person has been charged with white collar crimes, their case is often presented to the courts by any one of several different federal agencies. These can include such agencies as the FBI, US Customs, SEC, IRS, EPA and even the Secret Service.
 
If you happen to be facing any type of white collar crimes, it can be a huge relief to know that there are a large number of white collar criminal defense attorneys that truly do all they can to get charges like this completely resolved. In the event that this is not possible, most experienced attorneys can at least provide a strategy of defense that will result in a lesser form of punishment.

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