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White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes 

Crimes that do not involve physical violence, and that relate largely to financial matters, are often called white collar crimes. White collar crimes involve most of the same legal principles as do other crimes, and people charged with white collar crimes have the same rights and protections as defendants accused of other crimes. On the other hand, white collar offenses are often complex, and involve numerous complicated legal and factual issues. The possible penalties include fines, prison sentences, restitution and criminal forfeiture. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, it is essential that you seek legal counsel from an experienced white collar criminal defense attorney at Gordon & Gordon, PLLC, at once so that you can preserve your rights and protect your future.

Being accused of a white collar crime can be devastating. Few people accused of white collar crimes are hardened criminals; most are well-respected people who do not deserve severe prison sentences or fines.

Attorney David P. Gordon has more than 10 years of experience helping people avoid unnecessary punishments. He previously was the prosecuting attorney for Glendale and is experienced in both state and federal courts.

At Gordon & Gordon, PLLC  attorneys at Law, we vigorously defend people accused of a wide range of white collar crimes, including the following:

  • Theft and Fraud- including credit card crimes, insurance fraud, banking fraud, internet fraud, telemarketing fraud scams, bankruptcy fraud, and government fraud
  • Identity Theft-
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Illegal Use of prescription Drugs
  • Embezzlement
  • Business matters, including antitrust violations, economic espionage, theft of trade secrets, and financial fraud
  • Environmental law violations
  • Mail fraud
  • Securities fraud and insider trading secrets
  • Bribery and kickbacks
  • Counterfeiting
  • Public Corruption
  • Money laundering

Being a successful  white collar crime lawyer requires keeping up with legal changes.