By Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer Jeremy Rosenthal
“White Collar Crime” refers generally to corporate crimes including but not limited to fraud, bribery, insider trading, embezzlement, computer crimes, money laundering, identity theft and forgery. White collar allegations can be particularly detail oriented both with the facts and with the law.
What Makes Charges Scary
Having Defended multiple cases — the pattern you typically see is the investigators often decided you’re a criminal first and then go about putting their case together later.
White collar cases — with the often hundreds if not thousands of documents tend to be like huge mosaics. Anyone can take a portion of the documents to paint a certain picture which may not reflect how a business or transaction was really conducted.
Major Differences Between Other Charges
Unlike every-day “street” crimes, “white collar crimes” can be very document-intensive and require experienced counsel that is…
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