Baltimore White Collar Crime Attorney
Charged with a white collar crime?
White collar crimes are crimes that are carried out by normally influential or otherwise upstanding citizens whose profile is not consistent with a criminal. White collar crimes span a range of individual offenses from fraud, extortion, bribery, identity theft, embezzlement, tax evasion and others. The primary motivation for white collar crimes lies in pure financial reward, and many of these crimes are carried out in ways that allow offenders to steal money or other items of value via theft or simple misappropriation. Speak with a skilled Baltimore criminal attorney if you have been charged with a white collar crime, or feel you may be under investigation by the authorities in order to begin preparing for your inevitable arrest.
The penalties associated with white collar crime convictions can be very severe, although specifics depend on a number of factors such as the amount of money or value of items stolen, the time span in which the theft was committed, the level of trust attained from the victim by the offender and others. Most penalties for a white collar crime conviction will include substantial financial impositions as well as jail or prison sentences of varied terms, depending on the overall severity of the crime. Naturally, those convicted of multiple counts are likely to face much longer jail or prison terms, and much higher financial penalties.
White Collar Crime Defense
For 32 years, Richard S. Miller, Attorney at Law has worked to provide quality representation and other legal assistance to clients accused of, or arrested for a white collar crime and need to build a strong defense. My firm is prepared to treat your case with the utmost respect and dedication, and I will organize a strategy that best suits the events of your case as well as the needs of you, the client. I believe in understanding not only the case, but also the client. I will take the time to listen to your concerns, and will use that information whenever possible to not only strengthen your case, but also to provide you with the understanding of your own case that you need to confidently move forward toward success in court.
Contact a Baltimore white collar crime attorney if you have been accused of committing a white collar crime and want to discuss your legal options for defense.