White Collar Crime Overview
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White collar crimes are different from other kinds of crime. They involve a significant amount of documents, whose trail must be traced. Were signatures forged? Were signers aware of what they were signing? Where did the money go? Were documents forged? Who had access to the account in question? These are the kinds of issues that must be addressed in order to effectively defend your rights.
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What Is White Collar Crime?
White collar crime is a general term that people use to describe nonviolent, theft-related crimes that take place most of the time in a business setting. Depending on the amount of misappropriated funds, a white collar crime can be a misdemeanor, though in most cases, they are felonies in Florida.
At the Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey, our two-attorney defense team knows how to investigate and pursue a strong strategically sound defense case for clients accused of white collar crimes such as fraud charges, including:
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Mail fraud
- Check fraud (writing bad checks, including bad payroll checks)
- Wire fraud
- Credit card fraud
Other kinds of white collar crime defense we provide involve cases of:
Our lawyers know how to sift through mounds of evidence to get answers that can help us build a strong defense case. In practice in Fort Myers since 1998, we have the knowledge and the skill to diligently defend our clients’ interests.
Retain A Defense Lawyer Early On
We stress the importance of retaining an attorney early on in your case. The sooner we can begin working on your behalf, the sooner we may be able to effect a positive result for you, and the sooner you may have this burden lifted off your shoulders.
Your First Meeting With Us Is Free
If you’ve been accused of committing a white collar crime, don’t wait to see what prosecutors will do in your case. If you’re facing charges, chances are they’ve been building a case against you for months, and they are determined to seek the harshest consequences possible. Make sure you have an equally strong defense.
At the Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey, we offer free initial consultations with a skilled defense attorney to help you understand your rights and your options. Contact our law firm today to get started. It may be the most important step of your life. Call 239-603-6312 or send an email.