Marietta White Collar Crimes Attorney
Experienced Defense from Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC
White collar crime is a broad category. It usually involves criminal acts
committed in commercial and business settings, often with the intent of
fraudulently creating a significant financial or economic gain. Although
these offenses are considered nonviolent, they still carry consequences
that are just as serious as those of violent criminal offenses.
The penalties of conviction for a white collar offense can be devastating
for your career and your future opportunities. Extended prison time and
heavy fines can leave you struggling for years after serving your sentence.
criminal defense lawyer in Marietta may offer the legal protection you need to prevent
the damaging effects of a conviction.
At Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, their criminal defense attorneys have
40+ years of collective experience handling over one thousand criminal cases.
Contact the firm and explore your legal options with them in a free consultation!
White Collar Crime vs. Blue Collar Crime
"White collar" and "blue collar" are popular phrases
that also carry meaning when it comes to criminal law. White collar and
blue collar are generally distinguished based on violence and economic gain.
Blue collar crimes include violent offenses such as
drug crimes, and other street violations.
White collar crimes include bribery, fraud, and a number of federal crimes as well. Whether
a crime is considered white collar or blue collar, it has the potential
of causing serious legal troubles for an individual.
Categories of White Collar Crime
At Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, their white collar crime attorneys
in Marietta handle a variety of different cases. It is possible to illegally
obtain economic or financial gain in many different situations, and with
more than one thousand cases handled over their years of practice, the firm is able to take on even the most complex white-collar cases,
whether they involve violations of federal guidelines and/or the Georgia Code.
Common forms of white-collar crime include the following:
- Identity theft
- Insider trading
- Insurance fraud
- Money laundering
- Mortgage fraud
- Wire fraud
The firm frequently handles white collar crime defense against charges
of forgery. Many individuals do not realize that just being in possession
of a forged check or other fraudulent items can lead to criminal charges.
Their white collar crime lawyers also take on many cases of money laundering
and other federal crimes that require abilities of a skilled professional.
If you are facing a federal crime,
learn more about the charges here.
Penalties of White Collar Crime
A conviction of white collar crime comes with serious penalties that follow
federal law guidelines. This includes 10+ years in federal prison with
minimal chance of parole, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.
The mark of a white collar crime on your criminal record can haunt you
for the rest of your life and prevent you from seeking gainful employment
and advancing your career.
Every case is unique, and the penalties of a conviction will reflect this.
However, in every case, there is certainly a need for dedicated representation
from a criminal defense lawyer who can protect your rights and best interests.
Taking on a case alone or with a lesser defense could result in a harsher
punishment than you deserve.
The white collar criminal defense team at Henrickson & Sereebutra,
LLC put their clients' needs first. The firm knows how to take effective
action that can
contest weak evidence and minimize the damage of a conviction. They take a personalized approach that addresses the unique circumstances
of a case and secures an effective legal solution.
Protect Your Career and Your Future—Call 888-816-4396
Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, their white collar crime attorneys help individuals in Georgia protect
their rights and their futures against the damaging effects of a conviction.
The Marietta criminal defense attorneys are capable of helping their clients
find a positive resolution, whether it means minimizing the penalties
or dismissing the case entirely. If you are facing a white collar crime
with federal consequences,
trust a team of
former prosecutors who know the ins and outs of criminal law.
Take advantage of Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC's
free case evaluation and discuss your case with their team!