Although a white collar crime doesn’t typically involve physical harm, you can still find yourself in serious trouble with the law if charged.

Due to the seriousness of white collar crimes, it’s imperative to understand which types fit into this category. Some of the most common forms of white collar crime include:

— Bribery

— Fraud

— Tax evasion

— Bank fraud

— Insider trading

— Embezzlement

— Antitrust violations

— Credit card fraud

— Telemarketing fraud

Insurance fraud

If for any reason you are charged with a white collar crime, there are two things you need to do:

— Realize that just because you are charged with this crime it doesn’t mean you will be convicted.

— Evaluate all of the evidence against you, with an eye toward implementing a strategy to avoid the most serious punishment.

At our law firm we are well aware that a white collar crime can land a person in serious trouble. In some of the most severe cases, a conviction can result in imprisonment. This is why we are serious about doing whatever it takes to evaluate the evidence against you. With this information in hand, we know which defense strategy to use.

You should never overlook the seriousness of a white collar crime. If you find yourself charged with this type of crime, don’t hesitate to learn more about your situation and focus on what you should be doing in the future. As long as you take the right steps, you can be confident in your ability to avoid the most serious punishment.


Robert W. Keller - author

Robert W. Keller practices exclusively in the areas of criminal defense law, and has been doing so since 1992. Clients are represented throughout the State of Wisconsin in both State and Federal Courts.