If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you need an experienced defense lawyer to represent you. Unlike other crimes, these are not typically violent in nature, and evidence is usually more complicated than other types of offenses. That's why it's imperative to have an experienced attorney on your side.
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"White collar crime" is an umbrella term that refers to a number of different crimes that usually take place in a business environment. Here are some examples of white collar crimes:
Defending white collar crimes requires a different sort of legal expertise than other types of crime. It's quite common for other offenses -- such as shoplifting or petty theft -- to happen in a single day. This is not the case with some white collar crimes. Some crimes like money laundering or tax fraud require detailed or complex plans, and considerable calculation on the part of the offender, which is why penalties can be severe.
Because white collar crimes are usually much more complex than other types of crime, it is particularly important for you to retain an experienced attorney with a thorough attention to detail. Do not risk your future by trusting a subpar attorney. You need a skilled and highly qualified lawyer on your side. If you are facing criminal charges regarding a white collar crime, do not hesitate to contact me, Jonathan Blecher, P.A., so I can provide you with an aggressive and effective defense.