If You or a Loved One Has Been Arrested for a White Collar Crime, Then You Need to Retain a White Collar Crime Attorney to Protect You. If You Are in the Worcester Area, Get in Touch With the Seasoned Attorneys at the Law Offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP. Call (508) 570-3037 for a Free Consultation
The conviction for a white collar crime can come with serious penalties, including incarceration, costly fines, loss of professional licenses and the ruin of your reputation.
Hiring an experienced white collar crime attorney from the law offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP will increase your chances of having the charges against you dismissed, or limit the possible penalties you or your business face. With over 50 years of combined experience, our skilled trial lawyers will aggressively fight for your best results.
The Process of Representation in a White Collar Crime Case
‘White collar crimes’ typically refer to offenses conducted by professionals. White collar offenses can be committed by corporations in addition to individuals.
Although white collar crimes are nonviolent in nature, state and federal governments take these offenses very seriously as they typically involve fraud and financial gain. There are state agencies that investigate white collar crimes within the state, as well as federal agencies that look for financial frauds that span across multiple states.
If you have been arrested on a white collar crime charge, then you need to hire a professional who understands this specific kind of law. Once you retain a white collar crime attorney from the law offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP, we will speak with you about the details of the case, including the evidence of the case from your side and from the side of the prosecution or law enforcement. Once the facts of the case and all the evidence are uncovered, a decision will be made on whether to go to trial or work towards a plea bargain.
Sentences for convictions of white collar crimes vary drastically, from community service, probation and disgorgement, to restitution, fines, and imprisonment. However, a major issue that arises before a sentence can be handed out is the issue of intent. If proof can be shown that intent was not malicious and a mistake was made, then the defense has an advantage in pleading for a lighter sentence.
Some of the most common types of white collar crimes our lawyers represent include:
- bank fraud
- bankruptcy fraud
- identity fraud
- insurance fraud
- mail fraud
- mortgage fraud
- wire fraud
- Copyright infringement
- Cyber crimes
- credit card theft
- computer hacking
- Financial wrongdoings
- Insider trading
- Money laundering
- Public corruption
- Racketeering (involving RICO violations)
- Tax matters
A Qualified White Collar Crime Attorney Is Waiting for You at the Law Offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP
Although state and federal laws have harsh penalties for those guilty of white collar crimes, it can be difficult for them to identify and win cases, especially when there are relentless and highly-trained legal professionals serving the defense.
White collar crimes can be terrifying for the accused. A conviction puts you, your future, your family, and your reputation in jeopardy. Do not waste another moment worrying about the outcome of your case. Instead, reach out to the law offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP to hire a criminal defense attorney who will fight relentlessly on your behalf. Call now (508) 570-3037 for a free consultation, or use our online form.