Criminal Defense for White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crime in North Alabama

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What is White Collar Crime?

A white collar crime is defined as a felony - or crime committed by salaried professionals or businesspersons involved in theft or fraud in a financial setting. This type of crime often involves illegal dealings and exchanges of vital information or items for hefty sums of money.

White collar crimes include, but are not limited to:

  • Racketeering
  • Money laundering
  • Pyramid schemes
  • Wire fraud
  • Telemarketing fraud
  • RICO
  • Tax fraud / evasion
  • Insider trading

We do not limit our clientele to large corporations. We ensure that individuals are treated with equal importance. At our firm - you can be assured of unbiased, non-judgmental, and confidential treatment. We will advise you on the process, develop a defense, and explain which options are available to you.

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If you or a loved one are under investigation for white collar crimes in Alabama - contact a criminal defense attorney immediately. We believe that every case – regardless of how big or small – has a chance of winning and pull all stops to help you achieve a favorable result. Free consultations available for all criminal and white collar crime cases in Huntsville, Decatur, Athens, Madison, and surrounding areas. Schedule a free consultation with a defense lawyer today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing a case evaluation form.

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