Concord White Collar Crime Attorney
What is a White Collar Crime?
White collar crimes have gotten a great deal of attention in the news recently,
and there is heightened attention on this area of
criminal law in North Carolina. The term "white collar crime" refers to a
broad category of offenses which have to do with non-violent crimes, especially
when they are committed in a work-place context. Common examples include
fraud, embezzlement and identity theft. The evidence in this type of case
is usually based on financial reports, email correspondence and other
similar documents, and this can make it especially difficult to prove
either guilt or innocence.
There are different penalties for white collar crimes, depending on whether
you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, and whether you are being
prosecuted on the state or federal level. If you are convicted of tax
evasion, credit card fraud, mortgage fraud or insurance fraud, you could
be forced to pay thousands of dollars in fines and be sent to jail or
prison. You will also have to live with a criminal record, which can pose
serious barriers in the future when you try to get a new job. Your freedom
may depend on getting the help of a knowledgeable Concord white collar
defense attorney who can meticulously investigate the evidence against
you and help you fight the case.
Get Years of Experience on Your Side
You should not wait until charges are filed before you get started on your
defense. As soon as you believe you may be under investigation, you should
come to The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. for a consultation
and to begin working on a strategy for protecting your rights with our
Concord criminal defense lawyer. This is true even if you aren't the
primary suspect in the case, as white collar crime investigations frequently
entangle a number of people in the situation. If you act now, you can
significantly improve your chances of avoiding a guilty verdict.
Contact a Concord white collar crime attorney
to find out more about what you can do when you are faced with criminal charges.