WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES /

FRAUD OFFENSES

Fraud, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, Counterfeit Goods, Internet Crimes

At Bruck & Tischler we have extensive experience handling all types of state and federal white-collar crimes across the South Florida area.

A white-collar crime is typically a nonviolent offense that involves using deception, fraud or some other form of misrepresentation to gain something of value, such as money or financial assets. Oftentimes such an offense is committed by a chief-level executive in a business environment. Examples of a white-collar crime include, but are not limited to:

 

* Securities fraud

* Wire fraud

* Mail fraud

* Tax fraud

* Computer and/or Internet crime(s)

* Gambling crime(s)

* Health care fraud

* Identity theft

* Credit card fraud

* Consumer fraud

* Counterfeit goods

* Embezzlement

 

Penalties for committing a white-collar crime vary depending upon the value involved in a particular offense. Penalties can include, but are not limited to:

 

* A prison sentence

* Heavy fines

* Restitution to the victim or victims

* Probation

* Loss of a professional license(s)

* Seizure of valuable property under asset forfeiture laws

 

White-collar crimes are usually complex, technical and complicated in nature. No matter what your specific charge, you can expect the government to vigorously prosecute your alleged white-collar crime. 

 

Contact us immediately so we can offer FREE consultation and begin investigating your case.

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