“White collar crime” is a blanket term for non-violent offenses that usually occur in a business setting. Many types of fraud are also considered white collar crimes due to the documentation that is normally falsified in order to commit them. If you have been charged with any type of white-collar crime, you need an attorney who has experience in forensic accounting and knows experts who can challenge the state’s evidence.
White Collar crime loosely refers to embezzlement and grand theft by a business, government, professional, or employee. However, there many different types of charges and penalties for each can vary in level of severity.
Common examples of white-collar crimes include: