White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are unique in the criminal justice system. They are typically non-violent in nature, and normally done solely for financial gain. White collar crimes are often investigate for long periods before an arrest is made. As a result the charges are often felonies, and can be charged in both state and federal court.

White-Collar crimes include:

  • Fraud Embezzlement 
  • Tax evasion 
  • Money Laundering 
  • Larceny 
  • Racketeering
  • Insider trading
  • Forgery
  • Identity theft
  • Blackmail
  • Bribery 
  • Environment crimes
  • Internet and computer crimes

Due to the complex nature of most white-collar crimes it is important to have knowledgeable counsel representing you. Call Ascheman Law if you have been arrested or are being investigated for any type of white-collar crime.