White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime

White Collar crimes generally refer to non-violent offenses that are committed for financial gain. These offenses can often become complicated matters involving mountains of documents and evidence. An arrest or conviction of a White Collar crime can also lead to swift and overwhelming consequences including seizure of bank accounts, forfeiture of your home, and the stripping of professional licenses/accreditation. If you are being investigated for a White Collar crime at the state or federal level (or both), the sooner you get a qualified attorney on your side to protect your rights, the better. The Kirlew Law Firm is experienced and skilled at handling these complex and sensitive matters. We are always just a phone call away.

We represent clients in State and Federal White Collar investigations and prosecutions. Federal White Collar crime, which  is more common, are regulated by Titles 18 and 26 of the United States Code. Some of these federal offenses include: antitrust violations, computer and internet fraud, credit card fraud, phone and telemarketing fraud, bankruptcy fraud, healthcare fraud, environmental law violations, insurance fraud, mail fraud, government fraud, tax evasion, financial fraud, securities fraud, insider trading, bribery, kickbacks, counterfeiting, public corruption, money laundering, embezzlement, economic espionage, and trade secret theft. South Florida is known for having the largest amount of prosecutions for these offenses than anywhere else in the country. The United States Attorneys take these offenses very seriously.

If you or your business is under investigation, or you have been accused of any of these offenses

Call us now.


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