by | last updated on January 18, 2016
White Collar Crime is a serious criminal charge in Florida that requires specialize legal defense. This is especially true in cases where government agencies pursue federal charges to make an example out of an alleged offender. In these instances, even if you have not been officially charge with a crime, it is imperative that you contact a criminal attorney who practices White Collar Crime defense. Due to the legal complexity of these type of cases, only a criminal attorney who has handled White Collar Criminal defense will have the advance education and experience to develop the tactics to practice effectively in this particular legal skill.

Here is a partial list of these types of offenses we handle:

Healthcare FraudPharmaceutical FraudCounterfeiting
Medicare FraudCorporate CompliancePerjury
Medicaid FraudComputer FraudForgery
Mail FraudMedical Device Fraud and AbuseVoluntary Disclosure Agreements
Wire FraudRacketeering (RICO)Stark
Tax FraudBankruptcy FraudAnti-Kickback Regulations
Bank FraudBriberyAttorney-Client Privilege
Money LaunderingExtortionIn-house Investigations
Insurance FraudLarcenyInternal Audit Function

Depending on the factors involved in a White Collar Crime, an individual can be incarcerated for up to several years. However, it is possible to get less prison time than the maximum. But this is up to the judge deciding on the case and the effectiveness of your criminal attorney. According to the United States Sentencing Commission, those who are convicted of fraud serve an average of 21 months. For those convicted of embezzlement, sentencing is about 9 months while 33 months is the average for money laundering.