White collar crimes are taken very seriously and have severe consequences if convicted. Those accused can range from individuals to large businesses and people with a high standing in the community. They are often nonviolent offenses that involve an attempt at financial gain.
A white collar crime accusation can completely tarnish one’s reputation and the reputation of those closest to them. If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime, make sure to hire a Connecticut criminal defense attorney with over 30 years of experience to craft the best possible defense for you.
White collar crime charges can include:
- Fraud (Bank, Computer, Credit Card, Insurance)
- Money Laundering
- Falsifying Records
- Identity Theft