WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
If you have been charged, or may be charged with a crime involving fraud, money laundering, deceptive business practices, perjury, bribery, etc., you need an attorney who knows how to fight for you. These types of crimes in Arizona can be very broad.
Under A.R.S. §13-2203, a business owner can be found guilty for recklessly causing to be made a misleading statement in any advertisement. And a misleading statement is defined as an offer to sell when the offeror does not intend to sell in a quantity to meet reasonably expected public demand. This means that you could be guilty of a crime if you don’t have enough produce to meet demand.
If you have received a notice by the IRS or Department of Justice, call immediately so we can examine your case and craft a strategy to handle it.
White Collar Criminal Defense
White-collar crimes are non-violent offenses that usually involve some sort of financial motivation. These types of crimes are generally complex and require the expertise of a white collar crime attorney to defend. As soon as you learn that you are under investigation, it is imperative to get in touch with a white collar crime attorney. At Brad Miller Law, our white collar crime attorney Brad Miller has the resources, tools, and knowledge to counter your charges and obtain a favorable outcome.
Prosecutors are relentless when it comes to prosecuting white-collar crimes. As such, your defense should be unyielding as well. Whether you are currently under investigation or have been charged with a white-collar crime, you should not hesitate to consult with an experienced white collar crime attorney who serves clients in Mesa, AZ and Maricopa County. The penalties and punishment for white-collar crime convictions are known to be quite harsh. If you do not have a proper defense, you could be sentenced to spend many years in prison in addition to exorbitant fines, restitution, probation, asset seizure, and other stiff penalties. Further, your personal life and reputation could also be at risk due to a looming white-collar offense. A white collar crime attorney can aggressively defend your rights and build a strong defense to help get the charges reduced or dropped. In some instances, a case can even get dismissed.
White-collar charges are not only brought against individuals. Many times, businesses, corporations, or government employees fall under scrutiny. If there is any indication of a crime being committed, an investigation will ensue. Once an investigation is underway, an arrest warrant is imminent if there is enough evidence to bring charges. When facing charges, it is vital to enlist the legal assistance of a resolute white collar crime attorney.
A wide array of crimes are classified as white-collar crimes. It is always a good idea to talk to a knowledgeable white collar crime attorney if you have questions as to what constitutes a white-collar offense. If you are unsure, a white collar crime attorney can offer clarity and invaluable counsel.
Some of the most common white-collar crimes include:
- Money Laundering
- Securities Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Tax Evasion
- Healthcare Fraud
- Mortgage Fraud
- Mail Fraud
- Wire Fraud
- Identity Theft
White-collar crimes can be prosecuted at the state and federal level. Most often, however, if the crime is considered to be “large-scale,” it will most likely be prosecuted at the federal level. To ensure an uncompromising defense, it is best to hire a white collar crime attorney who has the experience and proven success defending clients in both state and federal courts.
If you are being investigated or have been charged with a white-collar crime, it is crucial to contact a white collar crime attorney as soon as possible. Your freedom and rights depend on it. At Brad Miller Law, our white collar crime attorney Brad Miller is a skilled professional with years of experience defending and representing clients in Mesa, AZ and throughout Maricopa County. He is committed to providing exceptional advocacy. Contact Brad Miller Law today for an in-depth consultation.
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