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Clearwater White Collar Crime Attorney

White collar crimes primarily consist of offenses committed by industry insiders for financial gain, at the expense of others, often taxpayers. These offenses, while not usually punished as severely as violent crimes such as sexual assault or murder, are serious crimes and are treated as such. An offender may spend decades or life behind bars, according to Forbes, if the offenses they committed are severe or if they do not seek experienced legal counsel. For example, most people realize that fraud is a serious offense, and punishable with either a third degree, second degree, or even first degree felony. When fraud is carried out, it is often accompanied by other crimes, such as identity theft. Identity theft alone, not including the punishments for defrauding an individual or organization, is a third degree felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and a maximum fine of $10,000, as stated in Florida statutes 817.668. Identity theft is the willful use of another’s account number, mobile phone number, PIN, or other form of personal identity, and it is used to commit tax fraud, insurance fraud, and a variety of other schemes designed to acquire finances from the victim, or the government in the victim’s name. If you have been accused of identity theft, fraud, or any other type of white collar crime, you need legal guidance throughout this process. The U.S. government loses billions of dollars every year to various types of white collar crime, and even if the allegations being brought against you are untrue, the prosecution will do whatever it takes to find you guilty and bring down the most severe punishment possible. Our Clearwater white collar crime attorneys will build a strong case disproving those allegations, will fight for a drastically reduced penalty during plea bargain, or will be more than willing to bring your case to trial if necessary. Contact us today at our Clearwater offices.

We Represent Those Who Have Been Charged with the Following Types of White Collar Crimes

The full list of all white collar crimes is vast, and we have experience representing the following types of offenses and more:

  • Insurance fraud;
  • Health care fraud;
  • Mortgage fraud;
  • Government fraud;
  • Wire fraud;
  • Mail fraud;
  • Tax fraud or tax evasion;
  • Credit card fraud;
  • Financial or corporate fraud
  • Identity theft;
  • Extortion and bribery;
  • Environmental crimes;
  • Insider trading;
  • Copyright violations;
  • Embezzlement;
  • Antitrust violations;
  • Money laundering;
  • Public corruption;
  • Counterfeiting money;
  • Economic espionage; and
  • Trade secret theft.

Clearwater White Collar Crimes Defense Attorney

No matter the severity of the offense or offenses with which you have been charged, an aggressive, experienced, and resourceful legal defense team will greatly weight the odds in your favor. Call us today at 877-767-1032 in order to discuss the best plan of attack that we can make in your personal situation. The lawyers at the Clearwater office of Roman & Roman are here to assist you and your family through this tumultuous time. Contact our Clearwater White Collar Crimes defense attorneys as soon as possible for a consultation at no charge.

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