White collar crimes are normally committed in an office space and don't generally involve violence. While white collar crimes may seem "less important" because they are committed in peaceful workplaces, they are extremely illegal. Most white collar crimes have to do with deceit.
The following are all different forms of white collar crimes that can be harshly prosecuted:
- Lying on documents
- Failing to file documents
- Filtering illegal money through a business
- Tricking government organizations in order to collect benefits
At Martin & Wallentine, LLC, we understand that not all white collar crimes are intentional. Sometimes a confused businessman may write the wrong figures on an important document or fail to file a tax return. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, let our team defend you in the courts and use our creative strategies to advocate for your innocence.
Types of White Collar Crimes
There are a variety of different white collar crimes, including:
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
- Tax evasion
- SSI and SSDI fraud
- Computer hacking
- Insider trading
- Investment fraud
Many of these crimes are handled in the Kansas courts, but some offenses which affect victims in other states or have to do with a federal government body may be taken to the federal courts. For this reason, you need a defense lawyer who is prepared to fight for you.
Fighting Your Criminal Charges in Johnson County, KS
White collar crimes are often highly technical and may involve detailed forensic investigations and allegations. They also require thorough examination of financial and personal information. You may need to turn your records over for scrutiny. Some white collar crime cases take years to resolve. If you are charged with such a crime, don't face this difficult time alone. Instead, hire an Johnson County criminal defense attorney at Martin & Wallentine, LLC.
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