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White Collar Crime Attorney San Francisco

Once you are charged for a crime, many things will go through your head; how to rejoin the society again, what to do about your family, what about my job, what about my family – these are just some of the examples. Every individual charged for white collar crimes in San Francisco thinks about these things. But maybe you should seek answers to these questions instead. The only way to do it is to speak to a knowledgeable attorney. White Collar Crimes Attorneys have dealt with such cases before, and know-how to navigate these waters. They are ready to craft you a strong and efficient defense case, one that will set you free, or in the worst case scenario, reduce the penalty to a minimum.

What exactly is a white collar crime?

Any nonviolent crime, which involves financial offense and any of the following, is considered a white collar crime:

  • Bribery
  • Fraud
  • Computer crime
  • Embezzlement
  • Extortion
  • Identity theft
  • Forgery
  • Federal white collar crimes
  • Internet crimes
  • Tax evasion
  • Insider trading
  • Public corruption
  • Securities fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Medicare fraud
  • Medicaid fraud

If you have been charged for any of the above-listed crimes, you are in for a long ride. Secure much-needed help on time, and give yourself a chance to retain some of your future, if not all of it. Our highly skilled White Collar Crimes Attorneys in San Francisco has helped many clients over the past years, and have successfully defended many charged clients. You could be next. Give us a call today, or schedule a free consultation with one of our available white collar crimes attorneys.

White Collar Crimes Penalties and Laws

White Collar Crimes are all separately found in many different branches of the United States Code of law, and as such are investigated by different federal agencies. Some of them include I.R.S. and the U.S. Treasury. Here are some examples of white collar crimes, and their location within the criminal code:

  • Fraud and False Statements: Chapter 47 of the 18 U.S.C.
  • Insider Trading: Detailed in 15 U.S.C. “Civil Penalties for Insider Trading”
  • Extortion: Detailed in 18 U.S.C. Chapter 41 and 872 “Extortion and Threats”, as well as “Extortion by Officers or employees of the United States”
  • Tax Evasion: Detailed in 26 U.S.C. Chapter 7201 “Attempts to Evade or Defeat Tax”
  • Embezzlement: Chapter 31 of the 18 U.S.C. “Embezzlement and Theft”

Receive a free case review

You can get in touch with us by giving us a call, or by submitting a web form application for review. Once you schedule an initial consultation, you will be provided with a free case review. One of our available attorneys will hear your side of the story, and explain to you your options and possible outcomes. It is your choice, whether you want to hire an attorney or not, although we suggest you do, as trying to represent yourself in the court of law may and will, in most cases backfire on you. Let the pros handle it for you.

White Collar Crimes Attorneys in San Francisco is at your service. Call and get your much needed legal representation before it is too late.