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Common types of white collar crime charges

Conviction of any type of crime could lead to serious penalties and consequences that could alter the course of your life. No matter the type of charges you are facing, you would be wise to take your case seriously and defend yourself against the accusations brought by the prosecution. This is important, whether you are facing misdemeanor charges or allegations that involve federal-level criminal charges.

White collar crimes are serious criminal offenses, yet it is possible to overlook the severity of these types of charges. This is because these are financially motivated, and they can often seem like victimless crimes. When white collar crime does take place, it is often over a computer or through a scheme that involves little to no personal contact. Despite the lack of a personal or violent element to these crimes, the government takes these cases seriously.

What's a white collar crime?

If you are facing white collar criminal charges, your future is at stake. You may not understand the extent of what you are up against, but it may help to understand that these crimes can involve both federal and state-level charges. You may find yourself behind bars and be required to submit to other penalties. White collar crime encompasses a wide range of activities, and some of the most common involve:

  • Embezzlement – This is a type of crime that involves taking money or assets from a person to whom you owe a duty or responsibility, such as an employer or client.
  • Securities fraud – This is a type of crime that involves the misuse of private or important information for financial gain. This is often associated with insider trading.
  • Money laundering – This involves a series of transactions that hides money improperly gained through various illegal or questionable means. 

It is not easy to investigate or prosecute white collar crimes. It can take a long time to build a case, but you can start working on your defense strategy as soon as possible after you learn an investigation is underway. No matter what role you played in an alleged white collar crime, you have the right to vigorously defend yourself.

Fighting for your tomorrow

You can take your case seriously and start building a strong defense by reaching out for experienced criminal defense guidance as soon as possible. You do not have to wait until there are formal charges to start this process, but it is also never too late to reach out for help. You may want to start by discussing your case and legal options with a Georgia defense attorney.

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