Fort Lauderdale White Collar Crime Lawyer
Offenses Motivated by Money
Bank fraud, mortgage fraud, computer crimes, counterfeiting, insider trading,
RICO, credit card fraud and extortion are but a few of the white collar
crimes that one can be accused of. A white collar crime is a non-violent
crime that usually takes place in a business or professional environment
for the purpose of gaining unlawful profit. The majority of white collar
crimes are considered federal crimes, and are consequently tried in federal courts.
A large percentage of the individuals who are charged with white collar
crimes are well-respected upper management or are in a position to make
important decisions. When you learn that you are under investigation for
a white collar crime, you must take action immediately to protect your
reputation and your career. Our firm is waiting to help you challenge
your charges with the power of the law.
Cases We Handle
To counterfeit is to illegally imitate something that is protected by
a patent. This can involve counterfeiting currency or counterfeiting consumer products.
Credit Card Fraud
This crime is wide in range, but deals primarily with theft of credit
card information for the purpose of fraudulently obtaining funds.
This crime involves withholding funds that actually belong to someone
else. Typically, these funds are entrusted to a business or individual
for a time, such as to a financial advisor, but not returned.
This crime is committed when an individual steals someone else's information
(credit card information, social security number, etc.) for the purpose
of gaining access to their funds.
Those alleged of mortgage fraud are accused of falsifying information
on their mortgage loan (home loan) application.
This stands for the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
It was enacted in 1970 to combat organized crime rings, specifically the
crime of racketeering.
Anyone who provides false information on their tax return statement commits
tax fraud. These types of cases are investigated by the IRS.
Fort Lauderdale White Collar Criminal Attorney
When you need protection against a federal investigation, the distinguished
criminal defense firm of Parks & Braxton, PA has the powerful legal defense you are
looking for. With over 48 years of aggregate legal experience in criminal
law, our proven legal team can help you construct the bulletproof defense
you need. White collar crimes require a lengthy investigation and a substantial
amount of evidence to prove that crimes such as identity theft, embezzlement,
or tax evasion actually happened.
Being convicted of a white collar crime will be devastating to your future,
and you will always have a felony conviction on your record. Our firm
will review your case and the evidence brought against you to uncover
any mistakes or flaws in the prosecution's case. We are relentless
in our defense of our clients, and we never back down from a challenge
in court because we understand what is at stake. Avoid hefty fines, prison
time, restitution and other damaging penalties by calling a Fort Lauderdale
defense lawyer at our firm today. Our firm has successfully handled thousands
of cases, and we want to work with you next!