White Collar Crimes
White collar crime can be defined as any non-violent criminal act that is carried out with the intention of unlawful financial gain. Typically this type of crime is related to business, finance or politics, but is not strictly limited to white collar workers. The consequences of a conviction are often severe, including extensive prison sentences and restitution for all unlawful financial gain.
The attorneys at Kopelousos, Bradley & Garrison, P.A. understand the worry and embarrassment that comes with facing a white collar criminal charge. If convicted, your future business relationships, reputation, financial security and even family and friends could be at risk. Your way of life and freedom is very important to you – and to us.
If you have been charged with a white collar crime in Florida, contact the attorneys of Kopelousos, Bradley & Garrison, P.A. at 904.269.1111 as soon as possible to discuss the facts of your particular situation. Unlike many other offenses, white collar crimes are often difficult to prove and subsequently prosecute. However, to defend against the serious penalties of a conviction, it’s vital to have experienced legal representation as soon as the charges are waged.
Our expert attorneys are skilled in preparing defenses for:
- Identity theft and computer crimes
- Racketeering (including prostitution rings, car theft rings, drug trafficking sales, burglary/robbery rings and other crimes)
- Investment schemes
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
- Failure to pay sales tax
- Unlicensed contracting
Whether you have been formally charged with a crime of this nature or you are simply under investigation, it is vital that you act quickly in the interest of your defense. If you hope to avoid a conviction and consequent penalties, it is in your best interest to enlist the help of a firm that fully understands the scope of the laws related to white collar crime.
Our legal team is made up of former prosecutors and a former public defender and can help you avoid or minimize serious repercussions for your alleged offense. Call Kopelousos, Bradley & Garrison, P.A. at (904) 269-1111 for a free consultation today.