White Collar Crimes in Westchester County
Guard Your Rights in State & Federal Court - (914) 840-5104
The most common white collar crimes carry serious prison time either in
state prison or in the federal prison system. Our goal is to prevent that
from happening, protecting not only your civil rights but also your reputation.
Why Choose Our White Collar Crime Lawyers?
- More than 50 years of proven, shared experience
- Former prosecutors fighting in your corner
- 1,000s of criminal cases adeptly handled
New York Super Lawyers®
- Free case review and flexible appointments
Our law firm provides a close relationship between attorneys and clients.
When our client’s hire the firm, they will have a team of partners
working to aggressively and zealously fight the criminal charge. All of
us have extensive experience as former prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys,
and proven trial attorneys. We understand the tactics the government will
use to obtain a conviction and understand the best defense strategies.
We have the experience, skill, and knowledge to effectively manage your defense.
Protecting your Reputation
As a professional, corporate executive, or company, a charge alone can
ruin a reputation. Many times an arrest can lead to the loss of a professional
license (Series 7, Teaching License, Law License, Medical License), and
arrests are also reported professional licensing agencies.
If our legal services are retained early enough in the process, our goal
will be to try to prevent an arrest and the resulting public embarrassment.
If we are retained after an arrest, our attorneys aggressively defend
the criminal charge as well as your reputation through carefully planned
statements in response to the prosecution or a professional agency.
Understanding Your White Collar Crime Charge
White collar crimes are usually identified as a non-violent crime such
as the following state white collar and federal white collar crimes:
- Bank fraud, mortgage fraud and / or real estate fraud
- Grand larceny
- Money laundering
- Internet crimes and internet fraud
- Securities fraud and insider trading
- Medicaid, Medicare & Social Security fraud
- Unemployment fraud
- Identity theft
White collar crimes are usually serious felonies where the minimum prison
sentence is one year. In federal court, prison sentences are determined
by the federal sentencing guidelines. Sometimes, a probation sentence
is not available and prison time is mandated, making it critical that
you have aggressive defense on your side.
In most instances it can take years for the prosecution to build a case.
Having an attorney by your side to speak directly to law enforcement is
always advisable. Our clients never speak to law enforcement unless we
are sitting next to them and we advise to answer a question. Our clients
are never left alone.
Your property can also be threatened, as restitution can be required for
certain offenses, resulting in the government seizing homes, cars, boats,
or any unprotected asset. You need serious defense, and we are always
available to meet and discuss legal strategy and the best white collar
If you or a loved one is charged with any white collar crime, we are here
to protect your rights and help you through this difficult time.
Contact us online or at (914) 840-5104.