A white collar crime generally involves allegations of theft or fraud committed by someone in a position of trust, usually during a course of employment. White collar crimes are a serious offense and are commonly charged at the federal level and in most cases are considered felony charges.
Those convicted of felony charges may face 1-20 years in prison and exorbitant fines not including attorneys fees, restitution or other financial responsibilities such as the cost to repair a victim’s credit ratings in the case of identity theft.
Examples of white collar crimes include:
Breach of fiduciary duty
If you have been charged, arrested or are under investigation for a white collar crime, contact the Bourassa Law Group immediately. Our white collar crime attorneys can evaluate the details of your particular situation and fight to get you the most favorable outcome possible so you can put the situation behind you and move forward with your life.
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