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Experienced Boston Defense Against Allegations of White Collar Crimes

The allegations alone for committing a white collar crime can cripple a business owner, elected official, or professional, let alone a conviction. White collar crimes can not only ruin a person’s personal and community relationships, but can call for serious jail or prison time and astronomically high fines. However, there is hope. An aggressive Boston white collar crime lawyer that has proven themselves in and out of court can help clear your name or drastically reduce the charges or penalties that you could serve. The Baez Law Firm has the experience and resources to take on any allegation, no matter how small or large the case may be.

Offenses that Fall Under the Category of White Collar Crimes

A white collar crime is used to describe a non-violent offense where the intent is usually related to a financial gain of some sort. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the term white collar crime was coined in 1939. White collar crimes are regularly tried in federal court with the full weight of the federal government, which is why beating these offenses is difficult for an under-prepared lawyer. And, while there is a widely believed general consensus that white collar criminals are treated with a slap on the wrist, serving time for a white collar offense can still be devastating to the life of the convicted individual. Common offenses that are considered white collar crimes include the following.

  • Fraud: A criminal deception intended for financial or personal gain;
  • Forgery: Creating fake copies of currency;
  • Bribery: The unlawful offering of a favor or money in exchange for some type of personal gain;
  • Embezzlement: Illegal misappropriation or theft of funds that were put in the defendant’s hands but are not their property;
  • Insider trading: Using confidential information to trade on the stock market for personal gain;
  • Identity theft: Fraudulent acquisition of another’s personal identification for personal gain;
  • Cybercrimes: Using a computer or the internet to commit a variety of crimes, such as identity theft, hacking, phishing, or others;
  • Money laundering: Concealing money that was obtained through criminal acts;
  • Copyright infringement: Illegal use of copyright protected works; and
  • Tax evasion: Illegally avoiding tax liability by various means.

Contact a Professional White Collar Crimes Boston Defense Lawyer at Once

The Boston white collar crime lawyers of The Baez Law Firm are available for free consultation at your earliest convenience and will do everything in their power to successfully defend against the allegations you are faced with. Do not let a white collar crime charge ruin your career, business, and relationships. Call us today for aggressive, experienced legal counsel both in and out of court. Protect your rights by working with a talented lawyer.

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