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Protecting your future against allegations of white collar crime

“White collar” crime involves financial impropriety, not violence. These types of charges can permanently alter the course of your life.

If you are facing charges of white collar crime, you would be wise to take prompt action to develop the right type of defense strategy. It is possible to challenge the case against you and protect your future, and acting quickly can ensure your defense is right for your unique situation. 

What types of charges are you up against?

There are a few different types of white collar crimes, but a conviction of any of them could lead to time behind bars, loss of reputation and much more. White collar crimes include:

  • Money laundering – This is the act of taking money and filtering it through various transactions to make it seem legal.
  • Embezzlement – This is the act of a person taking money entrusted to him or her by someone else for a specific purpose, such as investment or taxes.
  • Tax evasion – This is the act of avoiding paying taxes through various means.
  • Fraud – Fraud includes various types of deceptive actions for the purpose of financial gain.

White collar crime is a type of crime committed for the purpose of financial gain or access of sensitive information. There are both state and federal laws in place against it, and penalties are steep. 

Working on your defense as soon as possible

It is beneficial to start working on your defense strategy as soon as possible, even if you are not yet facing formal charges. If you are under investigation or believe that you could be at some point in the near future, it is smart to prepare for the possibility of criminal charges. You can begin this process by seeking a complete evaluation of your case with an experienced Virginia defense attorney.

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