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Montgomery County White-Collar Crime Lawyer

White-collar crimes encompass a spectrum of non-violent offenses typically committed for financial gain. Despite these crimes being non-violent in nature, have harshly punished those convicted of committing them. For this reason, if you’re charged with a white-collar crime of any kind, the lawyer you choose to represent you is paramount. Contact Mudrick & Zucker today so we can assess the circumstances of your case, and, from there, fight for the best outcome possible on your behalf.

White-Collar Crime Lawyer | Here to Represent You

Combatting accusations of white-collar crimes demands a unique blend of legal acumen and understanding. For decades, the attorneys here at Mudrick & Zucker have successfully defended clients facing charges that fall under this umbrella, and we are prepared to put our experience to work for your case as well. Speak with a Blue Bell criminal defense lawyer from our firm so we can get started working on your case.

Common Types of White-Collar Crimes

As previously stated, “white-collar crime” is a blanket term that can be used to describe various types of criminal activity. Some of the most common examples of white-collar crimes are as follows:

  • Embezzlement
  • Money Laundering
  • Insider Trading
  • Identity Theft
  • Ponzi Schemes
  • Tax Evasion
  • Bribery and Corruption
  • Cybercrime
  • Securities Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • Environmental Crimes
  • Intellectual Property Theft
  • Forgery
  • Mail and Wire Fraud
  • Antitrust Violations
  • Racketeering (RICO)
  • False Advertising
  • Investment Scams

Penalties for White-Collar Crimes

Generally speaking, the penalties for white-collar crimes depend on a variety of factors, including:

  • The crime committed
  • The dollar value of what was stolen
  • The jurisdiction where the crime was committed

Anyone convicted of a white-collar crime can expect to face a wide range of harsh penalties, including:

  • High fines that may even range into the millions, depending on the amount stolen
  • Probation
  • Imprisonment
  • Community service
  • Forfeiture of any assets gained through the crime or alleged to have been used to help commit the crime
  • Restitution to victims of the crime
  • House arrest

Additionally, depending on the nature of the crime, individuals convicted of a white-collar crime may face civil lawsuits from victims, disqualification from certain professions, debarment, and more.

Contact a White-Collar Crime Lawyer Today

The bottom line is that if you’ve been charged with a white-collar crime of any kind, your future and reputation are at stake, and our legal team is here to shield you from the potential penalties a conviction can bring. Contact Mudrick & Zucker today so you can tell us your story and so we can begin building a strong defense on your behalf.

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