West Palm Beach White Collar Crime Attorney
Being arrested or investigated for a white collar crime, fraud, or financial crime implicates your freedom, your reputation, and your career. The government takes these cases very seriously, and in today’s climate where schemes to defraud are all over the news, they can often become public spectacles. White collar crimes frequently involve well-educated people who have the most to lose- good jobs, money, families, and their careers.
These cases are typically very complex, involving mountains of evidence including corporate records, bank statements, and other financial documents. As a result, it’s crucial that if you are facing such charges that you hire attorneys who have experience in cutting through the evidence and identifying what will be essential to the government to prove their case and what can be used to defeat that strategy. Moreover, it’s also important to have an aggressive advocate fighting for you from the earliest point possible- during the investigation or right after arrest, to minimize or neutralize your risk as soon as possible. Call the experienced and aggressive white collar defense attorneys at Prestia Holtz P.A. today to defend yourself and protect your rights.
TYPES OF WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
In general, white collar crimes involve charges of fraud and theft, and depending on the amounts involved can be charged as serious felonies that carry the potential for long prison sentences and thousands of dollars in fines and restitution.
Some of the white collar crimes that we handle at Prestia Holtz P.A. include:
- Insurance Fraud
- Banking fraud
- Mail fraud
- Healthcare fraud
- Money laundering
- Real estate fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Conspiracy to commit fraud
- Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) violations
FORMER PROSECUTORS FIGHTING FOR YOU
These cases are frequently very complex and require a lot of strategy on the part of prosecutors in order to prove them. Remember, despite what you may have done and what records exist, the government still has the burden of proof in these cases, and still has to put it all together in order to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt. The former prosecutors at Prestia Holtz P.A., one of whom was an Organized Crime and Fraud prosecutor, know this and know how the government is going to try to do this, so we can being defeating their strategy from the start. Call our firm today for a free case evaluation.