A crime sophisticated in nature, thoughts of Enron and other accounting scandals may come to mind when considering the texture of White Collar Crimes, but don’t be fooled, you can be charged with a white collar crime for stealing from an employer, money laundering, or even partaking in an illegal wire transfer.
In other cases, people face white collar felony criminal charges for credit fraud and falsifying credit applications. If you’ve been hit with a criminal charge of this magnitude, contact attorney Christian Capitaine by sending a message using our contact form or by calling 832-618-7831.
Understanding White Collar Crimes
General, the term White Collar Crime is used when referring to theft cases involving businesses and/or large corporations. Also, white collars crimes are also normally prosecuted by United States’ Attorneys in federal court.
Commonly Prosecuted White Collar Crimes
- Antitrust Violation Cases
- Bank & Bank Wire Fraud
- Bankruptcy Fraud
- Mail Fraud
- Credit Card & Credit Fraud
- Extortion & Cases Involving Blackmail
- Insurance Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Securities Fraud
The Capitaine Law Firm Can Help
Whether you’re charged in connection with minor or major white collar criminal offense, attorney Christian Capitaine and the resources of the Capitaine Law Firm are here for you.
If you know you’re being investigated for a White Collar Crime, or think you will be, you’ll be in the best position possible if your case is already in the care of a qualified criminal defense attorney who will defend your rights throughout the process, whether charges have been filed or not.
Its best to get ahead of these situations.