What is White-Collar Crime?
The following examples are criminal white-collar offenses:
- Money Laundering
- Copyright Infringement
- Credit Card Fraud
- Health Care Fraud
- Internet Crimes
- Mortgage Fraud
- Securities Fraud
- And More
If you are facing allegations or being charged with a white-collar crime, it is time to contact an experienced attorney. At Bill Kennedy Law, our team knows that the slightest hint of allegations pertaining to white-collar crime can have a lasting impact on your reputation and even your career. We are prepared to take your case to trial and will do the most we can to ensure the best possible outcome in your case. Our attorneys will attempt to settle the case in or out of court, but even if this is not possible, we will prepare to fight aggressively to protect you at trial.
If you are being accused of committing a white-collar crime, call us today at (972) 939-4878 to schedule your free initial consultation.
A Closer Look at White-Collar Crime Sentencing
You can look to Wall Street to know that white-collar workers can easily get in over their heads. Even the most respectable person can find himself or herself facing business-related criminal prosecution. You may not know exactly what to expect from these charges, but we at Bill Kennedy Law are experienced in white-collar criminal defense and prepared to help.
It is hard to plan for your future or even your family’s future when you are facing an unknown amount of jail time and staggering legal fees. Many people imprisoned due to this type of crime are well into their careers and over the age of 30, and those who are older sometimes receive long and seemingly unfair sentences that turn into life imprisonment. Moreover, these charges follow these men and women for the rest of their personal and professional lives.