Sacramento White Collar Crime Lawyer

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White collar crimes are generally crimes committed by high-salaried professionals for the purpose of financial gain. There are obviously many exceptions to this, however there are many individuals who are convicted of white collar crimes that involved dishonest monetary gain for them. There are also many individuals who are wrongfully convicted of white collar crimes on a regular basis. Some examples of white collar crimes may include the following:

  • Bribery: The payment or receipt of anything of value in exchange for action that would otherwise not occur.
  • Fraud: Intentional and knowing misrepresentation of truth for the purpose of personal gain or detriment to another.
  • Forgery: Altering or creating any document or writing with the intent to defraud.
  • Extortion: Forcing another to give up their property through the use of violence, fear or impersonation of authority.

One other white collar crime that is extremely serious is embezzlement; this is the dishonest conversion of property that an individual has been entrusted with by another individual. For example, if a large corporation gives a law firm access to a bank account for the purpose of withdrawing funds to cover attorney fees only, the law firm commits embezzlement if they withdraw funds for any other purpose than to cover lawyer fees. IF you are facing any type of white collar crime charges retain a Sacramento criminal defense lawyer from our firm.

How can we help?

If you have been charged with a white collar crime then you could face some very serious penalties for conviction of this crime. At Tower Legal Group we will be able to provide you with skillful and aggressive criminal defense representation of your case. It is vitally important that you do not delay in retaining our skilled legal assistance in order to begin the process of building a strong defense of your case.
Contact a Sacramento criminal defense attorney today for a free case evaluation and to begin retaining skilled legal assistance in your case.