If you are being charged with a white collar crime, basically someone is accusing you of lying, cheating and stealing.
Allegations of white-collar crime are usually found in the business world. For example, if someone has obtained money in an illegal way, and put it into his company’s funds to make it look like a legitimate profit obtained legally, that would be considered laundering.
Counterfeiting – making a fake replica of something like cash or a document, is another example of a white-collar crime. So is embezzlement, which often involves secretly taking money from a victim’s banking account or another fund.
According to the Cornell University Law School, white-collar crimes cost the United States about $300 billion each year. If you are charged with a white-collar crime, the prosecutor will be intent on finding a paper trail.
This is where the criminal defense team of Ariagno, Kerns, Mank & White LLC can help you. Their experience, knowledge and passion has led to a remarkable record of success in defending their clients against white-collar charges. Call the Warrior Lawyers today at (316) 265-5511.