Defending White Collar Crimes
Since white-collar crime is a growing type of crime that affects many types of industries and settings, it is not uncommon for a business or corporate leaders and other employees to be accused of it. Fraudulent activities can be conducted very subtly and without the awareness of a manager, especially in larger and more complex organizations. This means that on any occasion, even the most scrupulous business manager may suddenly find that he/she is the target of a white-collar crime investigation. If you’ve had this sort of unpleasant surprise, it’s time to call a Pennsylvania white collar crimes lawyer. This lawyer will be someone who understands the intricacies and subtlety of white-collar crime and who will uncover the facts that led to your accusation.
Types of White-Collar Crimes
There are many types of white-collar crimes, but nearly all of them involve some kind of fraud or embezzlement. Many white-collar crimes involve the use of computers and the Internet to propagate various scams. Health care fraud is a huge area of white-collar crime that costs the U.S. health care system billions of dollars each year. Securities crimes involving the sale of stocks are also rampant and can take in many a naive or even somewhat experienced investor. And, of course, tax evasion is a popular white-collar crime that is not new. Many government agencies are busily searching for signs of white-collar crime, and it’s not difficult to be charged with this type of crime because of an error or misunderstanding of some kind.
Call to Schedule a Free Consultation With a Pennsylvania White Collar Crimes Lawyer Today
If you’ve been charged with or accused of white-collar crime, call to schedule a free consultation with a Pennsylvania white collar crimes lawyer today. The experienced professionals at the Peters Law Firm have the resources and networks to uncover the true source of white-collar crime and to build an effective defense for you if you’ve been accused. We serve the cities of Scranton and Clark Summit as well as Wyoming County, Tunkhannock County, Luzerne County, Wayne County, Susquehanna County, and Lackawanna County. Visit our web page or give us a call and let us give you the legal advice you can count on.