Over Three Decades Of Experience Fighting White Collar Crime Charges
In most cases, white collar crimes are more complicated than most other crimes. Most white collar crime cases involve technology and complicated business and financial knowledge. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you need to work with a lawyer who has experience and knowledge. But you need more than simply general legal experience on your side; you need a dedicated attorney with experience focusing on criminal defense and on white collar crime defense.
In Lawrenceville, Stacy Levy Law, LLC, provides a strong defense against white collar crimes and a range of other criminal charges for clients throughout Georgia. Attorney Stacy Levy has nearly 30 years of legal experience focused exclusively on criminal matters. In the area of white collar crimes, she takes a sophisticated, detail-oriented approach to gathering evidence and obtaining results for her clients.
What Is A White Collar Crime?
A white collar crime is a theft crime that is more sophisticated than the usual smash-and-grab job. It usually involves computer technology and fraud of some kind. Many white collar crimes are perpetrated on the corporate level, with mismanagement of funds or misrepresentation to shareholders.
White collar crimes are serious criminal charges that require a similarly serious defense. Let Stacy Levy defend you against these charges.
She provides a strong defense against white collar crime charges that include:
- Fraud: There are many forms of fraud, including insurance fraud, investor fraud, real estate fraud, medical fraud and corporate fraud, to name a few.
- Embezzlement: Embezzlement is the misappropriation of funds from an employer. Distinct from simple theft with the employer as the victim, embezzlement involves assets that the employer entrusted to the accused.
- Money laundering: Laundering money involves moving assets through different sources to hide the origin of the assets and ultimately to steal the assets.
- Ponzi schemes: A Ponzi scheme is an investment fraud that involves using the funds of newer investors to cover the cost of earlier investors.
This is a small sample of white collar crimes. Like any theft crime charge, white collar crimes carry serious penalties, including fines and jail time.
Contact An Experienced Lawyer Today
Fight back aggressively against the charges you’re facing by contacting a dedicated attorney to advocate for you. Send an email to Stacy Levy Law, LLC, or call 770-415-5451 to schedule a consultation.