White collar crime is a subset of criminal law that deals with crimes committed by individuals in business and in government. These crimes are generally non-violent in nature and often involve motives of financial gain. Like other crimes, a white collar crime conviction can carry with it serious penalties. The following represents an outline of the various topics in this area of law.
White Collar Crime
White collar crime can have serious criminal and financial consequences for you, your business, and your family. If you have been convicted of a white collar crime, a criminal defense attorney with experience in this field can help.
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