White collar crimes are non-violent offenses that often take place in the business or corporate sector (hence, “white collar”). Often, these cases involve a form of fraud and complex bodies of evidence that require careful navigation to dispute. It is essential that you retain vigilant counsel capable of countering the state’s allegations against you when you’ve been charged with this type of offense.
At our firm, Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C., our experienced criminal defense attorneys know what it takes to challenge these cases and secure the best possible outcome for your case. With more than four decades of combined experience and an incredibly high success rate in the courtroom, our team is ready to assess the details of your case and ensure that every avenue towards a favorable resolution is explored.
The term “white collar crime” is shorthand for various forms of theft or fraud. While many high-profile cases have emerged from the corporate sector, white collar crimes can be committed by individuals and organizations from any walk of life.
Some of the most common examples of white collar crimes include:
if you have been accused of these offenses—or any other form of fraud—it is likely that prosecutors will try to assert a “paper trail” of evidence against you. At our firm, our collar crime lawyers will work with our own experts to examine the evidence and ensure that any shortcomings in the state’s case against you are exposed.
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