What Is A White Collar Crime?
There are many offenses that constitute a white collar crime, though a majority of them include fraud and deceit with financial gain as the motivating factor. The most common white collar crimes include:
- Identity theft
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Health care fraud
- Mail and wire fraud
- Ponzi schemes
- Money laundering
The Charges You Could Face
Depending on the alleged offense and other circumstances surrounding your case, you could face serious, even devastating, consequences that could impact your entire life. You may be forced to pay incredibly high fines, spend years in prison and lose out on employment opportunities because of a criminal conviction.
Navigating North Carolina’s criminal laws can be a challenge if you don’t know what you’re looking for or how to interpret the law. Let the skilled and experienced lawyers at Coalter Law, PLLC, help.
Put Your Trust In Coalter Law, PLLC
We are diligent about our work and are skilled in presenting convincing defense cases under any circumstances. We have tried cases in the state and federal courts, from simple fraud cases to complex embezzlement and racketeering trials. We’ve represented individuals and businesses alike, now let us defend you.
If you’ve been accused of a white collar crime, don’t wait to talk to an attorney. Take action now and start defending yourself immediately. The sooner you obtain legal counsel, the sooner you can start addressing potential civil rights violations and start reviewing the evidence against you. With defense attorney Scott Coalter by your side, you will receive personalized attention and a defense strategy customized to your needs and best interests.
You may schedule a free initial consultation online or by calling our Greensboro office: 336-646-7977. During your appointment, we can discuss your defense options and determine the best course of action for you. Don’t delay, contact us today. Se habla español.