White Collar Crimes
White collar crime accusations are a serious matter in Massachusetts. While these types of crimes are generally nonviolent, they are still considered extremely damaging to alleged victims and society. That is due to the financial harm they generally cause, whether to a private citizen, a business, or a government entity, such as a state welfare system or health care agency. These are crimes committed for monetary gain or some type of financial benefit, whether it be access to someone’s bank account or government benefits gained through fraudulent means.
Being investigated for a white collar crime or arrested for criminal activity of this nature can damage your reputation as well as endanger your job or career, your professional licenses, and your freedom. Your first reaction should be to seek the help of a reputable criminal defense lawyer. At Harrison Barrow, Attorney at Law, P.C., you will find a seasoned trial lawyer who has earned national recognition that few attorneys achieve from The National Trial Lawyers.
Reach out to Harrison Barrow, Attorney at Law via our online contact form or by phone at (508) 499-3343 to schedule a free case review with a Cape Cod white collar crime attorney.
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White collar crimes can include but are not limited to the following:
- Money laundering
- Insider trading
- Identity theft
- Bank fraud
- Healthcare fraud
- RICO violations
- Tax evasion
- Wire fraud
- Securities fraud
- Investment scams
These types of crimes are generally uncovered through lengthy and complex government investigations in which investigators gather crucial evidence that can support aggressive prosecution. When subject to such an investigation, you will need the protection of an attorney whose sole aim is to serve your best interests. In some cases, early intervention may lead to case dismissals or reduced charges through plea agreements. However, our firm has a reputation for trial advocacy and will take your case to trial if that is your best option.
Penalties for white collar criminal convictions can be severe. Depending on the charges, you may be facing jail or prison time, hefty fines, long probation, and potential restitution to alleged victims. You may be subject to asset seizure and forfeiture by the government for proceeds or property believed to be connected to the offense. A permanent criminal record will follow a conviction diminishing your future employment and other life prospects.
Our firm will thoroughly investigate all of the factors and details of your case to develop a legal strategy designed to secure an optimum outcome. We will be by your side from start to finish working to preserve your good name, freedom, and future.