White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer
When you watch the TV show “White Collar,” you are entertained and intrigued by the world of white collar crime. In the series, Neal Caffrey, a professional white collar criminal, is hunted down and captured — again — by FBI agent Peter Burke. But due to his vast knowledge of the seedy underworld of white collar crime, the Agency strikes a deal with Caffrey. In exchange for his help with catching other elusive white collar criminals, he will remain free (provided he wears an ankle monitor), but will be under the supervision of Agent Burke. Throughout the series, Caffrey and Burke (along with a cast of colorful characters) nab crook after crook. But Neal’s intentions have always been to live free and unchained and to live his life. Upon completing his service with the FBI, he has been promised his freedom.
As exciting and thrilling as the show is, it glamorizes white collar crimes. It is not all about hot women and fast cars and striking deals with FBI agents. Usually, it affects the not-so-wealthy. If you have been accused or charged with white collar crime, then you need to contact Okabe & Haushalter. We have years of experience representing high-profile cases both nationally and internationally. We have heard and seen it all, and we can construct an impenetrable defense that will yield the most favorable results in your situation.
What is White Collar Crime?
A white collar crime is a nonviolent crime that is motivated by (large sums of) money that is committed by businesses and government professionals. The term came about in 1939 by Edwin Sutherland who stated it is “usually committed by someone of respectability and high social status during the course of their occupation.” White collar crimes can cost unsuspecting people millions or even billions of dollars over a period of time. If you need a white collar defense attorney, please call us at Okabe & Haushalter. With our high-profile case experience, we can devise a winning strategy to get you the results that are favorable to you.
Types of White Collar Crimes
- Bank Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes
- Money Laundering
- Tax Evasion
- Welfare Fraud
These are just a few of the many white collar crimes and schemes that our trusted attorneys can defend you from. We have the experience and the know-how to get the job done and set you on your way with the most favorable results for the situation.
If you find yourself looking down the barrel of a white collar crime charge, give us a call. We handle high-profile white collar crime cases and we will defend you with dogged determination to make sure you continue with your life as normally as possible. Don’t hesitate to contact us. The sooner you do, the better chance we have of constructing a solid defense that will put you in a position of success. We are waiting to hear from you. Our team will dedicate itself to securing your future.