Jacksonville White Collar Crime Attorneys
Accused of Committing White Collar Crimes in Florida?
If you, or a family member, have been arrested and charged with a white collar crime, there are more than likely, a millions things running through your mind:
- What options do I have?
- What kind of lawyer do I need?
- What happens if I’m convicted?
First, you have options, as well as the right to legal representation – which we highly recommend utilizing. Depending on the severity of the crime, you or a loved one could be facing serious penalties, a potential loss of freedoms or both. So, the time to speak with a dedicated Florida criminal defense attorney is now! Call the superior criminal defense team at Farah & Farah today. We have the experience, the resources, and the skill to help you fight these charges and potentially avoid further complication.
But you must call now. The sooner you act, the better your odds of beating the charges. Florida state prosecutors are not in the habit of going easy on white collar offenses and will use every trick in the book to make sure you receive the maximum sentence possible. Don’t give them an edge – call Farah & Farah and let our team of litigators begin building your defense today. We believe in every citizen’s right to strong counsel and will use every resource at our disposal to provide the kind of representation you need.
Call (904) 263-4610 today and schedule a free case evaluation with one of our friendly staff members.
What Is A White Collar Crime in Florida?
In general, most white collar crimes involve a type of fraud or deception in a professional setting. These types of crimes are not regulated to the high-rise office setting or corporate environment, although they do make up a large percentage. White collar crime is committed by anyone deliberately attempting to deceive or defraud another person in an official capacity. Examples of such crimes include:
- Mail fraud
- Credit fraud
- Online fraud
- ID fraud
- Tax fraud
- Making false statements to banks
What Kind Of Defenses Do I Have Available in Florida?
While there is no way of knowing what kind of defense may work in your particular case without having reviewed the charges first, there are number of common defenses available. However, it is important to recognize that white collar crime is a complex area of law. In most instances, law enforcement officials have been building a case for a number of months, if not years, against you. This will require intense amounts of investigation by your legal team and may potentially open up new avenues of defense.
That said, some of the stances most often taken by defense teams include, but are not limited, to:
- Improper procedure by law enforcement
- Insufficient proof or lack of evidence
- Questions of constitutionality
- Failure to prove intent to deceive
- Mistaken identity
Do Not Delay – Call (904) 263-4610 Today
If you are arrested on suspicion of a white collar crime in Florida, you will more than likely be facing felony charges. This means significant fines and jail time – neither of which you, or your family, can afford. Give a criminal attorney at the offices of Farah & Farah a call today to begin building your defense. Our team is ready with the counsel you’ll need to effectively preserve your freedom and clear your name, before it is too late.