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white collar crime Defense in Miami, Broward and Hialeah

MIAMI White Collar Crime ATTORNEY

Being accused of a white-collar crime can be devastating to your career, reputation, finances and future.

The term "white-collar crime," historically described charges committed by certain professionals, including corporate officers, stockbrokers, lawyers, accountants, and public officials. Today, however, the term generally encompasses numerous non-violent criminal statutes involving fraud and deceptive financial gain regardless of a person's profession.

White-collar crime generally includes securities fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, mortgage fraud, health care fraud, bankruptcy fraud, insider trading, computer and Internet fraud, financial and accounting fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, conspiracy, telemarketing fraud, commodities and futures fraud, business opportunity schemes and tax fraud.

Penalties of White-Collar Crimes

If you are found guilty of a white-collar, you could face fines, criminal forfeiture and incarceration. The larger the amounts of money involved, the greater likelihood that a jail or prison sentence is possible.

Defenses to White Collar Crime

Most white-collar offenders are ordinary people who for a multitude of reasons make rash or uncharacteristically poor decisions. They see their way out of difficulty through illegal and fraudulent means. Often, a good defense can be found for these situations. Defending individuals charged with white-collar crimes requires knowledge of complex transactional procedures and financial information. Our lawyers have extensive experience defending those individuals who are facing such charges and have the technical and legal expertise to provide an aggressive and thorough defense for the welfare of you and your family.

Contact a White Collar Crime Defense Attorney Today

If you have been charged with a White Collar crime in Florida, it is important to seek a Criminal Defense Attorney immediately. Contact Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Adam K. Goodman to learn about your options during a free consultation. As a Hialeah Criminal Defense Attorney, Adam K. Goodman will aggressively fight for you and defend your constitutional rights. Adam K. Goodman maintains the ideal that relationships matter, which has earned him respect amongst prosecutors and judiciary. This leads to results for you, the client.  

As a former Miami prosecutor and Chief of Litigation, Adam K. Goodman has the experience and knowledge to defend your case. Contact The Law Office of Adam K. Goodman at (305) 482-3265 or (954) 695-5126 today for all of your Broward County, Palm Beach, Monroe, or Miami Criminal Defense needs.