Searching for an attorney for a white collar crime case? White collar crimes are generally non-violent crimes that are committed in order to pursue some type of financial gain.
Theft of some sort of property, money or services in a non-violent manner can often result in a white collar crime charge. White collar crimes are usually committed by business people looking to gain more finances.
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Some of the most common money-related white collar crimes include:
These types of crimes do not always have to involve money. Computer crimes and crimes done through cyberspace can also result in white collar crime charges. Forgery is a common white collar crime that can be done in order to receive financial gain or can be used to have some sort of advantage.
There are countless reasons that someone may want to forge a document or piece of information, and there are serious penalties for this act. Tax evasion is another form of white collar crime in Texas. This involves intentionally avoiding paying taxes to the government. Generally a person does so when they are desperate in their financial situation, but this can lead to harsh consequences.
Various types of fraud are common white collar crimes. Some of the types of fraud that can lead to these charges include:
Most of these offenses and most white collar crime offenses in general are charged as felonies in Texas. This means that there is usually a minimum prison sentence of one year. On top of prison time, you could be facing fines and restitution, jeopardized employment and a tainted reputation. Team up with a Williamson County white collar crime lawyer to help defend against your charges.
The consequences that you could be facing if charged for a white collar crime in Texas can be found in Chapter 12 of the Texas Penal Code. The offenses can vary between a Class C misdemeanor and all the way to a first degree felony. Most offenses are charged as felonies and the penalties can include:
State Jail Felony:
Third Degree Felony:
Second Degree Felony:
First Degree Felony:
If your offense is charged as a misdemeanor, you could be facing smaller fines and less than a year in jail. You need to seek representation in order to avoid these serious penalties. There are several defenses that can be made to white collar crime charges. One of the major defenses is a lack of intent.
White collar crimes involve the intent to commit the crime and this can often be difficult to prove. By challenging evidence and casting doubt on the presence of intent, you could avoid the charges. Another defense is entrapment. This occurs when law enforcement uses coercion to convince or force an individual to commit a crime that they would otherwise not have committed. If you can prove entrapment, you can have your charges dropped.
If you are facing white collar crime charges in Round Rock, Georgetown, or Williamson County, our firm can help you defend against your charges.
Contact our firm now at (512) 983-1675 to set up a free initial consultation! Our Williamson County white collar crimes lawyers can help you in building a defense and protect your future and reputation!
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