How a White Collar Fraud Lawyer Can Protect Your Rights & Freedom

A White Collar Fraud Lawyer From the Offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP Can Help You Make Sense of the Judicial System, While Tenaciously Defending Your Best Interests

White collar crimes may not sound as serious as some criminal offenses, but a conviction can lead to significant fines and jail time.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a white collar crime, then you need to enlist the professional help of experienced criminal defense lawyers. The highly-trained lawyers at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP serve the Worcester and Hampden counties of Massachusetts, and can advise you on the best actions to take while representing you in court, if necessary. Do not wait any longer to speak with a white collar fraud lawyer, if you have been charged with a white collar crime. Contact our staff today for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case; call us directly at (508) 570-3037, or use our online contact form.

How a White Collar Fraud Lawyer Will Help You

The concept of white collar crime has been around since the, and has become associated with a range of fraud committed by professionals in business or government. White collar crimes are historically non-violent, but the actions linked to this type of crime can be serious and have lasting impacts on those involved. Some white collar crimes have been responsible for destroying companies and families by devastating their financial situations or wiping out their life savings.

In the wake of the Bernie Madoff scandal (which has gone down in history as the biggest Ponzi scheme ever), white collar fraud scams are becoming increasingly sophisticated. The Bernie Madoff scandal involved the defrauding of thousands of investors for billions of dollars. Since then, the FBI and other agencies have been cracking down on white collar crimes to stop such scams from happening again.

A white collar crime lawyer recognizes that these types of crimes are prosecuted aggressively, which means that aggressive defense is required in order to win the case, have it dismissed, or come to an agreement on a plea bargain. If you need a lawyer to represent you, contact our law offices for a free consultation today to discuss the specifics of your case: (508) 570-3037.

The Criminal Defense Team at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP Knows How to Protect Your Rights

Developing a successful defense strategy for white collar crime protection is a place of strength for the legal team at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP.

White collar crimes require a certain level of understanding between various disciplines, including criminal law, business, finance, and cyber security. Our team is capable of addressing all of these areas, and they are able to hire experts for additional assistance, when needed.

Our criminal defense team has cumulative experience of over 50 years, representing and defending the rights of clients. Our lawyers have consistently determined or developed the best defense strategies for every case, and will tirelessly defend against the prosecution’s case, targeting its flaws when possible. The members of our criminal defense team have won awards, which has led to strong working relationships with court personnel, judges, prosecutors, and police officers.

The Types of White Collar Crimes That the Criminal Defense Team at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP Can Defend You Against

  • Computer crimes
    • Including computer hacking, credit card theft, identity fraud, and phishing
  • Financial wrongdoing
    • Including embezzlement and theft
  • Fraud
    • Including bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, insurance fraud, medical fraud, mortgage fraud, and wire fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Public corruption
  • Racketeering crimes
    • Including RICO violations
  • Tax matters

Do Not Wait Any Longer Before Speaking to a White Collar Fraud Lawyer at the Offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP

You do not have to take on your court case alone. Enlist the help of trusted criminal defense lawyers from the law offices of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP. Contact us today for a free consultation by filling out our online form or call directly: (508) 570-3037.

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