Dallas White Collar Crime Attorney
Need a Dallas criminal defense lawyer to represent you?
If you or your company is under investigation for a white collar crime such as
embezzlement or bribery, now is the time to contact a lawyer who has the resources
to properly handle a case of this magnitude. A white collar crime is a
business related crime that usually involves the
theft of money and ongoing deception. White collar crimes are usually committed
by high-profile individuals who have the knowledge and means to carry
out financially related criminal offenses. These crimes may be investigated
by state or federal agencies and can be watched closely for months or
years at a time.
Frequently committed white collar crimes include, but are not limited to:
Whether you have been accused of bribery or you are facing criminal charges
for embezzlement, the fact of the matter is that you are up against a
tough legal system. One of the smartest moves that you can make at this
time is speaking with an experienced Dallas criminal defense lawyer about
the nature of your charges and teh seriousness of the offense for which
you have been accused. Don't wait to contact the D'Amore Law Firm
for the aggressive defense you'll need to tackle your case in court.
Important Information that You Need to Know
- White collar crimes are usually nonviolent.
- The majority of white collar crimes are committed by business professionals.
- Nationally, the amount of money that is stolen during white collar crimes
- Throughout the United States, the number of white collar crimes committed
each year has steadily increased.
- According to the National Fraud Center's statistics, white collar crimes
accounted for the loss of $5 billion in 1970 and accounted for the loss
of over $100 billion in 1990.
- One of the fastest growing types of white collar crimes is telemarketing
fraud, followed closely by identity theft.
- Only 41% of white collar crime victims will report the incident to the
appropriate law enforcement agencies.
- When a person is convicted of a white collar crime, he/she may have to
pay restitution, pay fines, spend time in jail and be placed on probation.
After a person has been charged with a white collar crime, it is important
for him/her to know that he/she will be up against not only state law
enforcement officials, but possibly
federal officials. This makes it all the more crucial for the person to obtain
the services of an experienced defense lawyer who can protect his/her
individual rights while providing winning defense tactics. You can
contact a Dallas criminal defense attorney from our office to learn more about the criminal process and how your
case can be tackled under the Texas court system.