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White Collar Crimes

Rockland County White Collar Crimes Lawyer 

Experienced Defense Against White Collar Crimes in New York

White collar crimes are illegal acts which are defined by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust. They do not include physical violence or threats of physical force. Reportedly coined in 1939, the term "white collar" originates from the assumption that business officials wear white shirts and ties and commit these types of nonphysical crimes.

White collar crimes commonly include the following:

  • Commercial fraud
  • Cheating consumers
  • Swindling
  • Insider trading on the stock market
  • Embezzlement
  • Dishonest business schemes

White collar crimes are taken seriously by both state and federal law. You could face serious penalties including heavy fines and jail time if you are convicted, which is why it is important to enlist the counsel of an experienced criminal defense attorney in Rockland County.

Understanding Embezzlement and Larceny Charges in New York 

Embezzlement occurs when an individual steals money or property, including computer data, water and electricity, from an employer, company or government. It also includes misappropriating money or assets held in a trust. Embezzlement falls under the crime of larceny, which occurs when an individual steals the goods of another person. The state and federal government consider it a serious crime and a class E to class B felony depending largely on the value of property stolen.

What are the Penalties for White Collar Crimes in New York?

Stealing over $1,000 worth of money or property is considered larceny in the fourth degree and is a class E felony. If you are convicted of larceny in the fourth degree, you will face three or more years in prison in addition to a fine of either $5,000 or double the amount of the gain from the crime.

Stealing over $1,000,000 worth of money or property is first-degree larceny and a class B felony. If convicted of larceny in the first degree, you will face anywhere from four to 25 years in prison and a fine that is double the amount of stolen money or property. Facing these charges alone can be difficult, and if you are in this situation, it is important to seek the defense of a Rockland County criminal attorney.

Contact Our Rockland County White Collar Crimes Attorney Today 

White collar crimes can lead to serious legal penalties. In addition to incarceration and fines, conviction can also affect your professional licenses, reputation and future opportunities. I understand that this is a difficult time in your life, and I can personally walk you through the process and advocate for your rights and interests.

Having worked as a prosecutor and Assistant District Attorney for the Rockland County District Attorney's Office, I know what prosecutors look for when building a case. Using this information, I craft strong defenses for my clients, and I can guide you through your case from start to finish and fight aggressively for you in the courtroom.

If you have been arrested and charged with a white collar crime, schedule your free case evaluation to explore your defense options!

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When you work with me team, you can be confident that we have the skill needed to powerfully advocate on your behalf.

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