White Collar Criminal Defense
White collar crimes are called “white collar” primarily because they are financial crimes usually perpetrated by an individual or business or government official at a place of employment or business or government and do not involve violence.
White collar crimes include but are not limited to embezzlement, corporate fraud, extortion, bankruptcy fraud, Ponzi schemes, securities fraud, insurance fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering.
If you have been accused of any type of white collar crime, it is essential that you have experienced legal counsel. Many types of white collar crime actually cross the line between state and federal boundaries, meaning that you could face both state and federal charges in court. Without access to a knowledgeable attorney, you could be facing very serious consequences.
Theft crimes can be petty or grand, misdemeanor or felony, depending on whether or not the monetary amount stolen is above or below $950.
John Campion has extensive experience representing clients accused of white collar and theft crimes.
If you have been accused of any type of white collar crime, it is essential that you have experienced legal counsel.