White Collar Crimes

FORT LAUDERDALE WHITE COLLAR CRIMES ATTORNEY

About White Collar Crimes

A white collar crime generally refers to a group of crimes that are nonviolent in nature. They are usually committed by those involved with business or in a position of power. If you have recently been arrested for a white collar crime, a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney is necessary to ensure that your rights are upheld and that you have a defense lawyer that will aggressively fight for an acquittal. White collar crimes such as tax evasion or embezzlement are usually complex; they should only be represented by an experienced lawyer with the resources to back up the defense case.

At DiRenzo Defense, we have defended many clients facing white collar crime charges successfully. Our lead attorney has over 16 years of experience in criminal defense and is also a former prosecutor. Our background greatly benefits those who are seeking reduced or dismissed charges or a “not guilty” verdict in court. If an attorney is involved early enough in the process it could make a drastic impact on your case. Often, a thorough investigation should be done to ascertain the validity of the evidence. There have also been cases where the evidence was not acquired legally.

White Collar Crimes in Florida

We will do identify the options to assist our clients in seeking to avoid serious penalties such as restitution, heavy fines and time spent in federal prison. If you have been charged with any of the following, please speak with an attorney today:

  • Fraud
  • Internet fraud
  • Investment fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Identity theft
  • Extortion
  • Money Laundering

No matter what type of white collar crime you are being charged with, you need skilled legal assistance at your side. There is too much at stake to trust your case to a less experienced attorney. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and help you to move along with your case. Contact us today to enlist skilled defense and to learn about your legal options.

 

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