When people think of criminal activity they generally think of things like murder, rape, DUIs, theft, robbery and many other types of offenses. Many of these crimes fall under the category of what would be considered blue-collar crimes. Blue-collar crimes are generally thought of as crimes that are committed by people who are part of a lower socioeconomic class. On the other end of the spectrum are whit-collar crimes, which are typically associated with crimes that are committed by people from high-level socioeconomic classes. While these two types of crimes vary in type and degree, they both are serious and they both can lead to significant jail time.
There are several different offenses that are considered white-collar crimes, including, but not limited to:
There are many different types of crimes that fall into the white-collar category. Although many of these offenses differ, they all typically involve some kind of dishonest behavior and they are used for getting financial gain. White-collar crimes often fall under federal jurisdiction and they are often classified as felonies, which means they carry stiffer penalties.
At Nickola Law we help defend our clients who are facing any kind of white-collar crime charges, including embezzlement. These charges should always be taken seriously. Perhaps you might not even be aware that what you are accused of doing was even a crime. In other instances a crime has indeed taken place, but sometimes, it is actually someone else who is really responsible for the crime. Many times people who commit these crimes cover their tracks and set things up to place the blame on someone else should their scheme ever be uncovered. Don’t become the innocent victim of someone else’s wrongdoing. Please contact us today at Nickola Law at 810-767-5420. We will fight for your rights.
Because white-collar crimes are often fall under federal jurisdiction they can be investigated by several entities, including the FBI, the IRS, the U.S. Treasury and the Securities and Exchange Commission, among others. The penalties for white-collar offenses can include many facets, among them
If you are facing white-collar crime charges you need to act fast. Federal investigators are already working behind the scenes building a case against you. One of the best ways to fight these kinds of charges is to claim absence of intent, which means you did not actually intend to commit a crime. Another possible defense strategy is to claim entrapment. This occurs when a law enforcement officer coerces a person into committing a crime that he or she would not have otherwise committed.
If you are facing charges for any kind of white-collar crime offense in Flint, including embezzlement, then please contact the Law Office of Nickola today for experienced criminal defense. We will review your case and determine the best defense strategy for you. We will seek the best possible outcome for your situation and, if needed, we will be prepared to go to trial. Please call us in Flint today at 810-767-5420, or click here to contact us online.
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